In the village of Montréal, among the gentle hills covered with wheat, vines and sunflowers of the Languedoc, in a rural area known as "Malepère", you can spot Camellas-Lloret, a charming house full of charm. The medieval cities of Carcassonne, Limoux and Mirepoix are the backdrop. As well as the Pyrenees ...
Old furniture meets modern design and French elegance. Ancient sculptures coexist with modern photographs creating a perfect balance. And then marble fireplaces, terracotta tiles, green glass and organic cotton sheets.
My favourite room? The old woodshop, that is now a rustic garden apartment with canopy bed, cast-iron bathtub, living room and equipped kitchen. The conservatory and the indoor salon with a crackling fire for chilly evenings are also lovely.
Camellas-Lloret is full of décor ideas. Ancient stone busts are now lamp bases. Old lampshades with tassels has been painted in white, the same color used for the walls. And then stacked terracotta vases, linen curtains embellished with pompons and plants everywhere.