Modern French style, this restored eighteenth century farmhouse situated in the village of Lourmarin.
The house is called ‘Bastide Galinier’ translated means ‘House of hens’ With the help of local craftsmen, owners Isabelle and Edouard Loubet brought new life to this two story Provencal property surrounded by three hectares of park.
Fabulous open plan dining and living space with its original arched exposed stone walls, new arched windows, flagstone floors, gorgeous chandelier, painted furniture, a mixture of old and new, love this look, modern French.
Love this display of the antique French ‘confit pots’ on the stairs, although not practical for cats or dogs running up and down the stairs, but looks great.
If you had to have a bath in your bedroom then this would be it
Love the panelled walls, exposed beans and the stone console with marble top wash basin stands
As for this bedroom, just perfect, absolutely love the original bed which was been tastefully painted.
Photography by Frederick Ducout
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