A Mill House

Taking a tour of this Provence home, which was once a dilapidated 19th century oil mill, is like breathing a breath of fresh air. I love that the old characteristics were preserved and juxtaposed with modern and retro elements.

(via Nuevo Estilo)

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  1. martina wrote:

    i wanna live there!!

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  2. Oh those semi circles windows are so wonderful! I love things that break out of the square or boxy style!

    xoxo
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  3. How beautiful! So pretty!

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  4. Dimi wrote:

    the house is amazing! well done to the decorator 🙂

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  5. Maria wrote:

    That pool with the window, it’s so beautiful!

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  6. Kate wrote:

    Looks disjointed to me, and how do you sleep with all the
    road kill everywhere, sheesh.

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  7. Jessica wrote:

    Gorgeous, although I would change the bedroom personally. LoL

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  8. Lauren C.T. wrote:

    Oh my gosh, I just literally sighed out loud when I saw this. I’m completely in love! The light is incredible and I love ths stone and plaster walls.

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  9. Provence has got to be one of my favourite places, and my does this house do the area justice. I love the mix of the rustic with the slightly modern touch.

    Paola

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  10. So beautiful!! I want to lounge in that living room. xoxo
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  11. ckMiami wrote:

    I want to DIE there.

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  12. style-xyz wrote:

    I would love to have garden with pool 🙂

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  13. Alison wrote:

    So gorgeous. I love the original stone walls. My dream home 🙂

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  14. The garden is so beautiful :O

    Three Angles

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  15. littlelulu wrote:

    this is such an amazing example of how something lasts through the time!!Dreaming house!!

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  16. Tessa wrote:

    Just the perfect amount of new into an old setting, great! I love the light walls and furniture against the rustic wooden and bricked details!

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  17. McKenzie wrote:

    A beautiful home! I love the old wood integrated into the house, it looks so homely 🙂

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  18. So exquisite and perfect! I love the charcoal and natural color palette… – Aliya:)
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  19. Fox & Minx wrote:

    The swing, bathtub, and French doors. *snatch!

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  20. Wow, what a beautiful home! And the outdoor area looks wonderful. x

    Kate {Something Fabulous}
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  21. Brittany wrote:

    I’m pretty much in love with this mill house. I would love to live in a house with such an interesting history someday. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

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  22. welovefur wrote:

    E’ bellissimo quando le ristrutturazioni riescono a mantenere intatte le bellezze del passato
    Qui l’hanno fatto egregiamente

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  23. Silje wrote:

    This is my dreamhouse! Beautiful!!

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  25. Votre Amie wrote:

    Such incredible details – The space is absolutely amazing – I was oo-ing and ahh-ing the entire time!
    x

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  26. heather wrote:

    I love how eclectic this house is. Gorgeous!

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  27. that’s it, i’m moving!

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