This typical Provencal stone farmhouse is located in Aigaliers, a village in the Gard, near Uzès, in the south of France. You might think it's been standing here for centuries but it is actually a new construction. Decorated with antiques and vintage pieces, its spaces take you back in time.
A stone staircase outside leads to a guest room.
This small terrace is right outside a guest room and at the top of the stone stairs we saw in the previous picture.
A warm dining room with a massive step-in fireplace with room enough for the fire and a chair. Indian cotton tablecloth.
Satin pillows on a wrought iron bed by the fireplace in the large living room.
The bathroom, entirely done by Richard Goullet, opens to the left on a wall with rounded lines behind which hides a spacious shower. Terra cotta tiles. The full length curtain brushing the floor adds drama though I think they are not such a good idea in a bathroom!
Photos Ivan Lainville.
All images from here.