Provence, lavenders, French village life. All of this is just a wishful dream for most people. Our hosts, however, decided to make this a reality on their gardening plot with a Mediterranean climate.
This fairy tale house reached its current form in decades. The converted wine pressing house is the home of an art painter-teacher couple with three children and 2 cats.
This is a romantic house with a tower room and a real bride’s room adorned with laces.
The house was born from the conversion of a wine pressing house with lots and lots of ideas and love- in a French village style.
Even the terrace provides a fascinating sight, on the blue painted serving counter there are all the necessities of a summer meal in a great atmosphere.
In the garden the viewers, or those longing for relaxation are surrounded by cacti and Mediterranean plants.
The host’s cactus collection is in the winter garden.
A real stage leads to the fish-shaped pool.
And the indispensable lavender
The living-room adjoins the kitchen. The covers were carefully selected and hand-sewn by the housewife.
There is a traditional tile stove surfaced with black and regular ceramic.
The art painter husband’s own handy work is the pride of this painted closet.
The kitchen burner is not just an ornament, this is where meals are prepared in the winter.
There is a village style kitchen with genuine French dining furniture. Every bit of the room testifies to the love of beautiful objects.
Menthe syrup, with a strand of genuine menthe