Weekly Wrap-Up: The French Connection

With Bastille Day coming up tomorrow, the unabashed Francophiles over at our sister sites decided to celebrate a little early with a week of posts about inspiring French design. Here are some highlights.

Ad hoc bar shelves at Mas Maroc, Amanda Pays Corbin Bernsen farmhouse in the South of France. Tim Beddow photo from Open House.
Above: Amanda Pays and Corbin Bernsen’s farmhouse in France offers vivid proof that an organized home doesn’t have to mean sterile and impersonal. See A Family House in the South of France, Hollywood Edition. Photograph by Tim Beddow from the book Open House by Amanda Pays and Corbin Bernsen, by permission of Gibbs Smith.
Architect Philippe Harden House V kitchen, Paris.
Above: And here’s proof that minimalist and modern doesn’t have to mean cold and charmless. Check out the galley kitchen of our dreams in Kitchen of the Week: A Suave, Minimalist Paris Kitchen with Indoor-Outdoor Dining. Photograph courtesy of Philippe Harden.
La Plume in Normandy, by Claire Takacs.
Above: A stunning French garden in…Normandy? Le Jardin Plume is a picture of French orderliness and artfulness. See on Gardenista: Le Jardin Plume: A Modern Impressionist Masterpiece in Normandy. Photography by Claire Takacs.


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