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Dream Houses

Stone house with country charm

In a beautiful spirit of collection, the large living room includes, around a stone fireplace Louis XV style, linen sofas, Caravane, a pair of Le Corbusier leather armchairs at RBC and a Serge Mouille floor lamp. Near the bay windows, an old table-pedestal table with marble top lends itself to the still lifes of winter

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Discovery of a house in the south of France where the periods are mixed. The combination of contemporary elements and gilding 18th inspiration is present inside and outside the building. The different styles intermingle skilfully with the soft colors and vegetation of the estate.

In the heart of a small village of Uzège, overlooking an exceptional panorama between Gardon and valleys, this house immerses us in an intimate universe that intertwines modernity and eternity. From here, the view extends between the roofs of pink tiles, coral flowers flooded by the sun, and nature to infinity.

Encircled by a park skillfully tamed by a fervent gardener, the building with Provençal accents reveals noble proportions, overhauled over twenty years ago by the Avignon architect, Gilles Grégoire. Solid worm-stone walls of Vers, floors in old slabs, perfumes and cement, berries in ironwork, raw timber frames, delicate whitewashed patinas, the material associations were perfectly mastered for a result in adequacy with the traditional southern dwellings .

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Tasseled chandeliers at From Toujours, khaki linen tablecloth, special linen, enamelled stoneware plates, Jars Ceramists, Belart carafe at Foreign Affairs in Uzès and rattan armchairs Vincent Sheppard

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The powdery tones of patinas made by Pequignot et Fils are available throughout the spaces. From the living room, tinged with a subtle gray, to the beige, pink, taupe or khaki rooms, the tones respond to better reveal a world of softness. Sensitive to the objects that surround her, Adelaide has populated her home with magnificent finds. An inveterate Chineuse, it combines chandeliers, lanterns and furniture from the eighteenth century with velvet, hemp and linen fabrics to more contemporary pieces, creating unique styles.

In a beautiful spirit of collection, the large living room includes, around a stone fireplace Louis XV style, linen sofas, Caravane, a pair of Le Corbusier leather armchairs at RBC and a Serge Mouille floor lamp. Near the bay windows, an old table-pedestal table with marble top lends itself to the still lifes of winter

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A long counter and Bertoia bar chairs at RBC affirm the modernity of the kitchen. Between the white furniture and the bluish gray of the pietra serena, the central island creates an elegant separation with the lounge area. Nice idea, the borders in slabs of stone that punctuate the gray cement floor. Chandeliers, Les Pic Original creations, Serge Mouille floor lamp, patinated earthenware jars and wooden plates chez Toujours Toujours

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From L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue to Paris, via Avignon or Uzès, she runs the antique dealers on the lookout for rare objects that tell their story. Skilfully scattered across the 500 square meters of the building, these wonders of another time come alive under his keen eye. As time passes ... and with, desires for change. Accompanied by the decorator Richard Goullet, Adelaide decided this year to breathe new life into his home. She has just completed the metamorphosis of her huge living room by incorporating an ultra-chic kitchen with clean and immaculate contours.

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The interior patinated wooden shutters and locksmith openings draw light plays in the living room. Floor lamp with three arms, an original reissue of Serge Mouille

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To accentuate this dialogue between past and present, she chose to play on the oppositions, with Serge Mouille lighting and gold-leaf chandeliers, Les Pic original creations. "I tried to purify this space while preserving the majesty of volumes, the soul of places," she says, "my idea was to delicately introduce the changes of time, to create discrepancies between the eighteenth and 21st century, the result has excited me and I believe that the bet is successful. "

Headboard and Quilt in Dark Green Velvet, Society, a Golden Metal Chandelier Since Always and Star Lamps by José Esteves

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Linen Throw Longmage and cushions in plain velvet Caravan

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Like creative dream catchers, an iron wire ball and glass droplets by Richard Goullet

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