Monday, July 28, 2014
After many holidays spent in the Luberon region of Provence, Delphine, Philippe and their three sons decided it was time to acquire a holiday home of their very own in the area. With the help of Paris-based interior designer Véronique Lecomte, they purchased a dilapidated farm and restructured it as a retreat for family and friends. The large main building is open concept, containing the living room, dining room and kitchen. A second, smaller building houses the bedrooms and bathrooms, while guests stay in a tiny studio with bathroom. With magnificent views over the olive groves, a pool to dip into when the weather turns sultry and beautiful landscapes to explore, it truly is a holiday paradise. More here on Marie Claire Maison.
(photography by nicolas mathéus)