Sunday, April 1, 2012

An artist's home in the south of France

I love the eclectic mix of patterned fabrics, tiles and wallpaper and the bright pops of colour found throughout the family home and studio of artist Myriam Balay Devidalin in Nimes, France.

A screen is covered in an Atelier LZC textile design, whilst the bed linens were sewn by Myriam from her collection of vintage fabrics.

Layers of wallpaper were stripped away to reveal the original rendering of the house, built in 1835.
The vintage Scandinavian chairs are covered in printed fabrics by French design studio Robert Le Heros.

11 Year old Alix's bedroom is decorated with a classic Osborne and Little wallpaper design.

A length of Deborah Bowness wallpaper sits perfectly in the library.

Moroccan tiles in warm orange hues and a beautiful hand woven curtain create a peaceful environment in the bathroom.

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