Hi dears! Finally back from my holidays which were great! And I know they were great because I didn't miss blogging one bit. Ha, couldn't think that could happen! Thanks for all the comments left while I was away. I will get back to you as soon as possible.
So, let's kick off with this house in France which belongs to Liana Yaroslavsky a native Russian.

A white front hidden by the greenery

Surrounded by old trees and a garden of poppies and roses, this late ninteenth century French style house has a limestone facade.

A cozy lounge and bright

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 dining mottled flea Saint-Ouen

A garden-style Bohemian

The terrace reminds me of a street in Paris with those cobbled stones.

The creation of Liana for her bathroom

Wood floorboards add warmth to the master bathroom.

A romantic room

Vintage hats are displayed atop white painted busts in Liana's bedroom.

The suite of furniture in the kitchen

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."

An interior walkway white wrought iron

This short walkway connects the kitchen to the children's bedroom.

A corridor along the light-filled bathroom

The hall that leads to the bathroom.

One bathroom with multiple influences

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?


A kitchen full of the charm of another time

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!

 
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