French Country has always appealed to me and this chateau is beyond beautiful. Every detail from its fine architecture to the interior is stunning and well thought out.
What really got my attention about this place is that even thought it’s French, it’s not too formal at all. It feels so inviting, welcoming and approachable. That’s so necessary for me to like a space. If I feel that the it isn’t approachable and livable, I truly don’t care much for it. Gorgeous homes are great to see, but when it comes to live in one, you want it to be more than just “picture perfect”.
This house is meticulously done.
The floor in this foyer is a show-stopper!
I like the mix of elements in this living room.
I’m loving that butterfly! So unique!
A charming place. Lovely green chair and rug.
Organized and pretty. I’m really liking the fabric on those pillows!
This kitchen really surprised me. I was expecting something more French than this, especially with the red stools. But I still like the mix.
I think this room could use more color, but if you love neutral, this is a timeless look.
Very luxurious and so, so pretty!
Back of the House
Dreaming in French
Don’t you just love this? I love every detail of this kind of architecture.
Beautiful balcony off the master bedroom.
By The Pool
So inviting! Let’s go for a swim!
Is French Country your style? I must say this house really made me like French architecture even more. There’s something really romantic, sophisticated yet welcoming about this style, and I think this is what attracts me so much to it.
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