Original wood beams, floors, stone walls and terracotta meet specially sourced design classics and bespoke furnishings behind the shutters and of a 19th century farmhouse located between two medieval villages. The renovation of this 200 year old villa was designed as a refuge for creative minds, people and families in the creative industry such as designers, artists, filmmakers, writers and many more. From the outside it appears unassuming as intended by the owners. Once the doors are opened you discover an interior that is unexpected in rural France. For example, one of the world’s premier print-based fashion houses, Eley Kishimoto, developed the wallpaper for the house. Items from cutlery to lighting were custom made by Robert Welsh for the house.