I’m back from Boston and had a wonderful weekend. Until I have time to edit my photos, I’m leaving you with this lovely historic home in the Loire Valley that was brought back to life by Tino Zervudachi. The chateau just featured in Architectural Digest dates from the 17th and 18th-centuries and was acquired by the […]
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You didn’t think I could post about Timothy Corrigan‘s beautiful Chateau du Grand-Lucé without including the gardens did you? Just looking at these photos is relaxing which is helpful since I’m off to an appointment with my accountant today. Enjoy! Photos from Veranda and AD.
I’ve been having a lot of conversations about chateaux in relationship to my upcoming trip. Seems I’m not the only one who dreams of buying a fixer upper in France. When that time comes (after I win the lottery) the first person I will call for advice is designer Timothy Corrigan. He purchased his 18th-century […]
I thought about titling this post The Deyrolle Hotel but thought it might be a little confusing. The Château de la Bourdaisière hotel is however owned by Prince Louis Albert de Broglie, the man who resuscitated Deyrolle in Paris twice. Once in 2001, when he bought it and again in 2008 after a fire ravaged most of the shop […]
I’m not usually that impressed with the homes that the New York Times features but this 17th-century chateau had me at hello. It was a bit run down when Giuseppe Laviani and his family bought it for $500,000. They put $500,000 worth of renovations into the 9,000 square foot chateau on 20 acres. To a […]