When Isabelle and Hubert Dubois-Dumée, owners of French interiors Les Petites Emplettes, found a 12th century chateau in complete disrepair, they knew they had struck gold. It took two years to restore the castle (drawbridge and moat included!) into a perfectly rustic and charming home for their family. I just love how they’ve preserved so many of the original details, not forgetting the home’s heritage. And the pops of bright green throughout give it that updated freshness it so deserves.
(via Inside Out)
Such a lovely post! Adore the colour, pictures and story. 🙂
Gorgeous! I love the peeling wall paper!
Such a beautiful home =o)
This is stunning, I love the green doors and details!
Everyone thinks each room needs its own color scheme but not always…I love the repeating greens and unfinished walls! Ah, for a castle of my own…
Essayez la pate a tartiner belge « T BOERINNEKE », c’est encore meilleur !
I love how beautiful everything looks!
Each time I look at the picture of the curved staircase and the green paint, my heart skips a beat. This chateau is of my dreams. I just don’t understand all of that pale pine furniture?? laying around. It could be the most amazing bohemian presence. The unfinished pine is wrecking it for me. Wish I could get my hands on this magical place!
I wish I knew the name of this green paint color–it’s DREAMY