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    Default A renovated farmhouse in the french countryside


    A lot of imagination and time was needed to transform this neglected farmhouse in France into a modern country home.



    Green, grey and brown shades have been used for the bedroom and hallways.

    The outdoor area is a perfect place for a sunny breakfast.


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    Love it!
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    Are they still renovating it?
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    I love the outside area except for the gravel. The rest is a no for me.

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    I so wanted to love, but the interior (with the exception of the dining room table) is just depressing and I can't past the asylum decorating to see if the house is good or not.
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    Cold, scruffy and uninviting as is but it has potential as a space.
    As Canadian as possible under the circumstances

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    Don't love it. Don't hate it. Wouldn't mind spending a few days there for vacation though.
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    love it. the living room is a bit TOO spartan but its beautiful.

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    most of the decor looks too small & too sparse for the rooms. The house itself is not my style anyway though.

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    Good spaces but the interior has such a washed out look to it. Like they painted everything in a color called 'light bland' or something. There is NO color anywhere. Just this milky blandness. Ugh.

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    The exterior is grand; the interior looks like an unfinished prison.
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    The exterior is amazing Parts of the interior are alright, but like everyone said it's like a prison with that awful bed.
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    I like it.
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    i like it too, although it's also a little too contrived and cold. but i'll take it, change a few things, and make it totally awesome.
    i do love the greys and whites though, and the kitchen and dining room tables are awesome.
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