We think it’s time to plan a trip… How about an adventure in the south of France? By car, boat, train, or perhaps all three, here’s a stylish coastal trip we want to go on.
Set just above the shoreline of the Gulf of Valinco outside of Propriano, this coastal elite features horizontal contours, all-natural materials, and a plant-covered roof that blends smoothly into the landscape.
An old industrial building has been transformed into an elegant seaside villa on the shores of Etang de Thau. Its original form has been cleverly integrated into the renovations and endowed with a breezy sense of refinement and relaxation.
Nestled within the hills along the French Riviera, luxe knows no bounds at this sunny villa. Flaunting a bold and colorful mix of furnishings and decor with notes of 70s flair, its interiors are vibrant and retro-chic.
When something stands the test of time, you know it’s gotta’ be good. This ancient vacation home is a testament to that fact, set in the heart of a medieval village and loaded with romantic charm.
With an abundance of charm, character, and earthy sophistication, the laid back style at this restored stone farm house combines contemporary country design with furnishings and decor from around the world.
Once a nobleman’s home and owned by the same family for over two centuries, this restored boutique hotel is filled with neoclassical and modern features creating a dynamic and unique aesthetic.
Two 18th-century residences have been conjoined and renovated to luxurious effect. With a lavish interior courtyard and curated collection of contemporary art throughout, this house feels like a home.
Situated on almost 40 acres of vineyards, park land, and formal gardens, here is a prime example of the gilded 18th-century estates of the period.
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