Go Straight to the South of France, I present to you my new design " Provencal house". I have wanted to highlight stone walls , its vegetation, washhouse (typical of the South of France), its large swimming pool in front of the sea. Close your eyes and you could hear the cicadas's song and the lavender's smell while you're with your family and friends, enjoying a barbecue, under a beautiful and hot sun.
Here the Garden Level. In the porch, there are the washhouse and the barn to parking cars. On the other side, you can see the large terrace, the entrance, kitchen, living room ... Upstairs, you could find an office, all the bedrooms (parental and childrens) and a bathroom.
Cover & Introduction
The swimming pool facing the Mediterranean Sea. Take the opportunity for a little dive or a moment of relaxation while paddling.
Here the view of the barn in order to park cars and the washhouse. Take a look to the right. Two lemon trees and a candle's way are there So typical of the South of France
The wash house is so characteristic of the south of France. It was used to wash clothes in the 19th century now it is a place which keeps the freshness and a place of refreshment for the birds but also all the small animals.
The outdoor dining room, for a meal around a good barbecue. I chose a wooden table and chairs to keep the style of the Provençal scrubland.
the other side of the terrace side tranquility in the shade with these garden sofas. A small table facing the pool. To keep an eye on the children having fun.
the terrace with its huge swimming pool on the deckchair side for a rest in the sun. Do you hear the cicadas singing?
A small bathroom with its shower and bathtub. To keep the light I added a glass wall. For the walls I favored the walls of the house and a single cement tile wall in warm tones.
For the furniture I accentuated the old wood of the Provençal scrubland, moreover I wanted to keep the natural style with two sinks dug in the stone and plants for a little green touch.
A young teenage girl's bedroom, like all the other rooms, I kept the main stone wall and to light the room I preferred the white walls.
For the furniture, I wanted the ivory white and beige wood style. For bed and curtain linen, I preferred Linen because it is a light fabric and very comfortable in hot weather.
A large sink is the element that gives the illusion of a Provencal country house in the south of France. on the side we see in the alcove the access to the American fridge, to the washing machine.
A fully equipped kitchen facing the terrace. I stayed in the Provencal style with these stone walls. For the furniture, I favored old wood. I love the convenient central island to be able to prepare food.
The first floor which gives access to the various bedrooms, the bathroom, the office and the WC.
The balcony of the 1st floor, it allows to give light to this place.
A small room, for a little girl. Like all the other rooms, I kept the Provencal style with its main wall and its 3 white walls. For household linen, I also favored Linen as fabrics. I love this style because it brings softness with these pastel and warm tones.
A bright entrance to the different rooms, in front of the front door there is the staircase which gives access to the first floor. - A small chest to store shoes - A large wall cupboard to store (jackets and coats)
The corridor which gives access to the different rooms but also access to the terrace. Next to the wall cabinet are the WC doors. This corridor is really bright thanks to these large windows. The stone walls are for the authenticity of the Provençal country house.
The main office with this large library. I chose small table lamps to have a soothing atmosphere. For the furniture, I chose old wood to keep the style of the house.
Access to the kitchen
Access to the dining room and lounge for relaxation.
The living room, A large fireplace and its main wall. plants next to the fireplace and we keep the natural spirit
I chose beige linen as the material for the fabric of the sofa to give it a cocooning feeling. I added huge chocolate and white pillows. For the furniture, I favored light wood for a little nod to the color of the sofa
The very bright dining room thanks to these large windows. A large table to accommodate family or friends.
The small relaxation lounge facing the dining room. The asset of the house. For the furniture I favored wrought iron to give lightness to the room. the fabrics of the armchairs are Linen. I added plants to give a wild cocooning side to this little haven of peace
The parental bedroom. I wanted to give softness to this room with these pastel colors. A large bed an armchair in front of the small bedside tables and the headboard are in old garrigue wood.
A large wardrobe in its own room a mannequin made of wrought iron a large mirror to give depth to the room