I’m slowly getting over the jet lag from my recent trip to San-Francisco and start feeling like a functioning human being again so today, let me show you this beautiful French family home in Biarritz which is a dream!
Renovated by Constance and Dorian, this home of 150m2 is a dream space, filled with natural light and vintage treasures happily blending with designer pieces like the comfy Togo sofa by Ligne Roset which, by the way, celebrated its 40th year anniversary two years ago.
There are so many lovely details I love in this home…the pastel colours, the door painted in black paint (an old decorating trick I know but it still looks good!), the strip of tiles on the kitchen floor and the fab wall-mounted dishwasher rack by Tsé-Tsé (now discontinued).I’ve always had a soft spot for interiors with a holiday vibe and this lovely home definitively ticks a few boxes.
In my own home, I aim to create this effortless atmosphere vibes by using natural fabrics, textures, shades of white or injecting summery colours like the front door of our London home but I love how everything looks pared down and whitewashed here with soft pastel colours.
The kid’s bedroom looks adorable too don’t you think? I’m currently looking for a similar rug to the one below for Mila’s bedroom and I saw quite a few on Etsy, my favourite being this one and this one.What do you think of this home? What were your favourite details?
//VTWONEN September 2015 | Photography Julien Fernandez | Text Amandie Berthon / amandinejules.com