This house, located in a small village only an hour away from the centre of Paris, used to be a barn and was restored and transformed by Monique, owner of Pigwidgeon, a decorating company. She lives here with her husband and two sons. Every room is brimming with beautiful 18th century antiques and flea market finds. French an whimsical through and through.
Built in 1860, this home went from a hotel to a nursing home in the 60s and has now been restored by Clarisse and Arnaud de Saint-Martin, both antique dealers and interior designer enthusiasts. Definitely French in style, it is brimming with interesting pieces: from Medici vases and Louis XV chairs to plenty of flea market finds.
I did not post these last four days because I wasn't feeling quite well after my fall last Thursday. I'm much better now and I'd like to thank you for your warm comments. (I promise I'll wear a helmet next time I get on a skateboard!)
So, back to posting it is and I'm taking you to visit a renovated house located a mere 15 kilometres from Madrid. This dreamy house was decorated by Spanish interior designers Lola and Candy Mediavilla. Mostly white and sand colours, with touches of black which give it a more masculine look.
Welcome to Inspiring Interiors! I'm Kifus and here you will find hundreds of house tours to inspire you. I enjoy looking at every detail in each photo. Sometimes I can copy an idea. Sometimes I just have to dream. I try to include every style. I hope they inspire you as much as they have inspired me.