The move was meant epic and loaded with furniture, two kids, a dog and a cat, half across France from Troyes, east of Paris to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, in the southeast of the country. "We wanted to change his life and spend more time with our children, in a warmer climate," says Myriam Fourton, owner of this walled beauty with more than three centuries of history. The house is near the center of Saint-Rémy, City postcard dazzled Impressionists and now millions of tourists each year who follow their footsteps.
Designed to accommodate
"It was a guest house and Moroccan-inspired redecoramos in Provencal style, with beige walls and furniture or made by Louis area, my husband, who is a cabinetmaker and has set up his workshop next door. I manage the house and organize art exhibitions in the greenhouse. " To welcome guests, the dining room has comfortable sofas in front of the fireplace, a large round table where Myriam serves his crepes, waffles and homemade jams, and the open kitchen, to see how prepared. Upstairs are two bedrooms for guests, and in another wing, home. In the garden there are five guest cottages, also with terracotta floors, wooden shutters and rustic quilts. Care rose garden and the charming corner under the pergola distill the love of Myriam and Louis for this house where they have started a new life. Why cabinetmaking the house and are named after children, his two great loves: "La Maison de Line" and "L&# 39; Atelier d&# 39; Hector ".
New Life: A home open to the world
The old guest house has become the new "Maison de Line", which houses a main stone house with two bedrooms on a bed and breakfast, and five independent cottages that overlook a central garden with a pergola and greenhouse.
Announcements: From the kitchen to the dining room and lounge
A wide opening communicates kitchen and dining room, creating a large common area allows guests to enjoy cooking. A large island wooden lattice doors and bookcases, delimits two spaces, which share the same neutral tones and classic design that delicate.
Bedrooms: Playing with fabrics and painting
The bedrooms are decorated with the same delicacy as the rest of the house. To achieve doors are painted mauve and antique furniture (headboard, side tables and desks) in a cream tone to match the wall. With fabrics and floral bedspreads, the result can not be more romantic.