This week starts off with a few fave words of mine; neo, rustic, french, countryside, interiors. These words do look good in one sentence, don't you agree? Just wait to see how they meet their high standards in the photos right below! Today's house tour is about the summer house of Isis-Colombe Combréas, the editor of Milk Magazine, and her family, in the small french isle of Rhé. There is this great dose of unrefined rustic charm in a house that is deprived of the unnecessities but brims with a fresh nostalgia of a carefree living close to nature. I am in love with the muted shades, the distressed furniture, the natural materials and the sparse choice of eclectic accessories either from flea market or high end designers.
Shop this collection: small pendant Koushi lampshade by Mark Eden Shooley (Serendipity, €240), round wooden kids seat by Antique Revival (Amazon, $28.50), handmade linen black cross pillow by Epigram (Etsy, $28), Abbie tapered basket (World Market, $69.99), Edith linen throw in gray by Area (Fab, $169), Parsons floor mirror (West Elm, $424), Willow sofa by Taylor Scott (Layla Grayce, $4,460), Monroe swing arm wall lamp by Hudson Valley Lighting (Wayfair, $550), Devonshire bench with rush seat by Home Decorators Collection (Amazon, $219)
Enjoy more french countryside: this renovated barn house, this industrial chic home, this cottage, these interiors, this bathroom, this small house
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