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by Sebastien Siraudeau

eBook French Style at Home: Inspiration from Charming Destinations download ISBN: 2080300849
Author: Sebastien Siraudeau
Publisher: Flammarion; 1st. edition (February 3, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1919 kb
Fb2: 1665 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: docx txt lit lrf
Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Home Improvement and Design

French Country Style at Home. Sébastien Siraudeau, author and photographer, has published several books on travel and lifestyle in France, including Vintage French Interiors (Flammarion, 2008), and books on coastal living and on Brittany.

French Country Style at Home. He contributes to many home decoration magazines.

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France is the wo rld's style destination, and photographer Sbastien Siraudeau has scoured the country to uncover eighty of its most charming boutique guesthouses, each rich in the design details that epitomize French style

France is the wo rld's style destination, and photographer Sbastien Siraudeau has scoured the country to uncover eighty of its most charming boutique guesthouses, each rich in the design details that epitomize French style.

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France is the wo rld's style destination, and photographer Sébastien Siraudeau has scoured the country to uncover eighty of its most charming boutique guesthouses, each rich in the design details that epitomize French style. Thirty of these locations are featured in individual chapters with photographs highlighting their particular flair- from a trompe l'oeil wall mu ral, to a damask upholstered chaise longue, or a simple row of ocean-polished stones.

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Sébastien Siraudeau has published numerous works on travel and lifestyle in France, including Vintage French Interiors (2008), French Style at Home (2009), French Country Style at Home (2010), French Seaside Style (2011), and French Flair (2012), all with Flammarion. He contributes regularly to home decoration magazines.

French style at home . Take a tour of delicious French B&Bs this summer and be inspired by their charming interiors. Katie Law talked to some of their owners and discovered their style secrets. Sebastien Siraudeau, an interiors writer and photographer, spent a year travelling around guesthouses all over France and the result is a book, French Style at Home, which features some 30 hidden gems. Those who love French style and are looking for inspiration for their own homes, or who want to stay in some of the most charming interiors in France and meet the owners, should let Sebastien's book be their guide.

France is the world’s style destination, and photographer Sébastien Siraudeau has scoured the hexagon to uncover eighty of its most charming boutique guesthouses, each rich in the design details that epitomize French style. Thirty of these locations are featured in individual chapters with photographs highlighting their particular flair–from a trompe-l’oeil wall mural, to a damask upholstered chaise lounge, or a simple row of ocean-polished stones. Those seeking inspiration for their own home interiors will find this book rich in ideas for a wide variety of styles—elegant crystal chandeliers may take center stage in one room, but a simple wooden bench, worn smooth with centuries of use, can be just as captivating in another. Gently faded neutrals create a quiet harmony in one setting, while another is alive with splashes of vivid color. Sleek and modern or cozy and rustic, each of these hand-picked settings is as inviting as a deep leather armchair. Organized thematically, these destinations will inspire the reader to recreate the same atmospheric interiors at home. This handsome volume includes a black book of the best design destinations the country has to offer—from châteaux, country manors, and farmhouses, to urban apartments, hotels, and B&Bs. A practical guide grouped by region includes price indicators and online tourist information.
Comments: (5)
Punind
I bought this book because of its cover, but was disappointed to find mostly contemporary designs and furnishings--even plastic chairs for goodness' sake!--in the lovely old buildings so elegantly photographed. After a few pages, I craved clutter or at least some display of human imagination and activity. The new wine of the modern interiors was not to my taste, but will no doubt please those who enjoy style that is lean, with a contemporary edge. I crave the decrepit artifacts of a time long past, and the unique warm earth colors of Provence--terra cotta, ochre, sage--that caress the eye with a soft, incandescent glow (see my review on "Provence Style: The Art of Home Decoration" by Duck and Sarramon).
Steamy Ibis
This book would not be for everyone. Most people like the Americanized French look, a little cluttered and over-the-top in ornamentation. This is very bare-bones. Not much in the way of interior decor, if that is what you are looking for. It is mostly minimal furnishing, and some of that is minimalist/contemporary. But the trim is pretty and simple, beautiful floors, stone walls, simple handrails. A nice source for architectural details.
Lcena
Wish there were more pics!! Not enough of what I like to see
Pipet
Every Francophile should own this book. I love it. From this book one can truly make their home into a french villa by carefully taking note of the way in which the french achieve the look. In my opinion the first step is to come up with the wonderful grey tones and work from their, walls first. The photography is great and the text very easy to read. A joy.
Tamesya
Very interesting book. Fast delivery and great condition. Thank you.