The Beginning of a Painstaking Restoration Contemporary art dealer Pierre-Alain Challier fell in love with a romantic castle as a boy and finally fulfilled his dream of one day ruling the roost. When asking children what they would like to be when they grow up, the answers are often about being a firefighter, a movie
Found this fabulous article on Architectural Digest. The content is taken from a new book AD France that celebrates the designers behind the country’s famously nonchalent style. We turn to the French for lessons on how to dress, how to parent, how to wash our faces—and, of course, how to design our homes. Back when Marie
This is a fabulous post spotted on www.thisisglamorous.com. And no, its not ‘justsofrench’ but so gloriously British! How we only came across the one-bedroom Notting Hill flat of antiques dealer and self-proclaimed Master Plaster Caster PETER HONE now, is quite a mystery, and a rather scandalous one at that! Browsing through our Instagram feed this
Flore de Brantes, who runs an art gallery in Brussels, holidays here, for it is her ancestral château. Completed by architect Anatole Amoudru in 1770, Château du Fresne today is filled with pale blue walls and marble fireplaces, 18th-century tapestries and even an antique lit à la polonaise done up in vintage D. Porthault bed linens. Click through for a magical tour .
When interior designers Pierre Emanuel Martin and Stéphane Garotin moved into their new apartment in an historic district of the French city of Lyon, they faced a significant design challenge: it hadn’t been decorated in many years and was in their words “in a dreadful state … the utterly basic kitchen was separated from the