Wednesday, September 09, 2015
Located on the quiet Ile de Ré on the French Atlantic coast, this beautiful seventeenth century house in the country was first built as a convent, became a barracks and then finally a family home. Now owned by a Belgian-French couple, it's been carefully modernized on the inside while the beautiful exterior has been left untouched. Great mix of antiques, modern classics and contemporary art. More here on Nuevo Estilo.