So, let's kick off with this house in France which belongs to Liana Yaroslavsky a native Russian.
Surrounded by old trees and a garden of poppies and roses, this late ninteenth century French style house has a limestone facade.
An unusual layout for the living room with the fireplace behind the sofa. I love fireplaces and like to look at them so I guess I would place the sofa right on the other side of the coffee table which is also quite out of the ordinary with a white chandelier displayed inside.
The terrace reminds me of a street in Paris with those cobbled stones.
Wood floorboards add warmth to the master bathroom.
Vintage hats are displayed atop white painted busts in Liana's bedroom.
In the kitchen an old dresser was converted into a practical sideboard. Liana says: "I find that homes must receive an outside fresh look, not from an interior decorator but rather from a fashion designer."
This short walkway connects the kitchen to the children's bedroom.
The hall that leads to the bathroom.
Gold patina antique bathtub and a vintage barber's chair in the bath area. Hey, doesn't the curtain rail look like an upside down coffee table frame?
Vintage and antique objects are seen throughout the house.
Photographer: Jean-Marc Palisse
All images from Cote Maison.
Glad to be back, see you tomorrow!