Bright Cheerful Palette in France

My Aunt Daphne emailed me these photos the other day and I felt it was my duty, nay, my obligation to pass them on to you.  How could I in good conscious hold on to these colourful gems and hoard their happiness for myself?  Never did I think I would lust for pink and lime green walls or purple and orange furniture, but there you go.  Perhaps it's heat stroke, who knows.  What about you?
I love the two different curtains in the bedrooms - saves one from having to make a decision on fabric! Not sure how the decor works around Christmas time, but I suspect that in the winter the owners have the home closed up and are reveling in their chalet in the Alps in winter-decor heaven...

Images from Haute Design and Nicety

7 comments:

  1. dharmainthefallsJuly 30, 2012 at 2:57 PM

    THANK YOU for sharing this home, Lisa! It is amazing and right up this mermaid's alley :) Colour can be daunting, I love seeing interiors where chances get taken and work so effortlessly. The mismatch curtains are adorable.

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  2. what a fun house, love the colours, my mom would die for that green in the kitchen

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  3. It is pretty energizing!  Apparently my Aunt is now considering putting it at the end of her hall - I think that would be great too.

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  4. Hooray!  I agree colour is tough, so why not go BIG?  :)

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  5. So much fun! I'm in love with the purple chair from the top photo. I don't know if I could really live with acid green, but I think it could be a very fun 'colour vacation'.
    Hope you're having a great start to the week Lisa! x

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  6. Thanks Sharalee, I love "vacation colour" what a great way to put it.  Hope you have a great week too!

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  7. Its bright but its also very 'french' still, which is fabulous!! Really love the wood ceiling, its stunning. 

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