Tuesday takes us to Saint-Germain-en-Laye which Wikipedia tells me is a commune in the Yvelines department in the Île-de-France in north-central France. It is located in the western suburbs of Paris and this is where antique dealer Sophie and riding instructor Philip had this farmhouse restored. Sophie is owner of the shop "Au Temps des Cerises," and she displays her antiques in her home.

A palette of subdued grey, beige an whites in every room. 18th century antiques mingle with Gustavian furniture.

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Reclaimed wood was used for the coffee table. An Aubusson style rug defines the sitting area.

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A mora clock stands in one of the living room's corners.

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Gustavian table and Provençal chairs in the dining room. Reclaimed tiles.

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Beautiful vignette displaying antique items.

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Marked contrast between the stripped pine doors and the antique Swedish chest.

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Dutch table and Swedish chair in the kitchen.

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Even the dish drainer by the stone sink is antique.

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Another view of the dining room.

Photography Gilles Trillard
All images from here.
 
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