This French mansion is designed in 19th century luxury interior design style. Susan Fraser and Jean-Pierre Grousset have kept the old classical interior in a unique way. The room has the mystic 19th century style. Found on a Paris street, the armchair form the image is placed under the staircase and is covered whit cream canvas. This how we take things out of the trash – something that can be useful for our homes. Jean-Pierre’s old attic hold a signature in the interior from 18th century with its gold old clock in front of the white-framed mirror. You can also find that a brass candelabrum is placed next to the stairs. The room is extended, thus providing additional space for the dining table and the living room.
Jean-Pierre and his wife Susan felt in love with this home. From the entrance you can feel the coziness and tranquility of this home. Facade’s Quercy stones are shining on the sun and you will be welcomed by the scent of bloomed hydrangeas at the front door.
The floor on its turn is really bright and clean. The white color used for it is not a bad decision. Yes, it can easily get dirty but it gives the room more light and is perfect for any interior.
One of the most most cozy things is to put bookshelf next to the fireplace. It is cozy because you can seat near the fireplace and read a book in cold winter days.
You will be amazed of the way a muddle has been transformed. Now it is a tidy and practical storage. It is useful for log woods or for placing the washing machine there, thus to saving space from the other rooms.
The kitchen space is wide open to the other areas. You can also notice the remarkable metal doors made by Viv Fraser. For addition we must outline that the white curtains bring the desired comfort and coziness into the place.
The basement kitchen is made especially for good cooks because it is very small but on the other hand everything needed is at hand.
This fantastic and unusual fireplace design opens the burning area for the rest of the interior.
What an amazing bedroom with unique atmosphere! This gorgeous attic looks like an upside-down boat. A small window provides breath-taking views of Lherm.
These stairs are an extension of the first floor. Painted in fresh white color they bring tranquility to the atmosphere.
This bed is restored by using gold paint for any of the small details while it is still keeping the bright white tones in the room. The bed belonged to Jean-Pierre’s grandfather. Not it is being used more as relic and not that much as a sleeping furniture.
The old red bricks in this bathroom were used to replace the wooden walls because of the fires that often burst in the place. Now we can see they are repainted in a color that matches perfectly with the rest of the interior. Another great belonging is this french tub that was found in a local junkyard and was restored.