Chic Restored House Mixing Old And New In Dordogne, France

French country house

Our stop today is in France, in the region of Dordogne, to a beautiful restored house. The building dates from the beginning of the 18th century and, at the present, the house still preserves the old stone walls and beams from the origins. The first impression you get is that the house carries a lot of history and inside you have the confirmation the place is inhabited.

The interior is a combination between old and new, as the perfection in the monotonous white walls is broken by the stone parts remnant. The owners are a couple with two kids, so the home sends a positive and warm energy. Floors and even chairs are covered with lots of fur for a cozy feeling and the fire burns quietly in the fireplace .

The design remains classic and from point to point we can see some modern accents in the bathroom or the chairs in kitchen. A girly bedroom is split in two, with two separate beds for the youngest members of the family and the master bedroom continues with the same clean white. Chic, rustic, old and cozy! This is definitely the a French description.


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