Near Toulouse, designer Kathryn Ireland brought a rural, rundown property back to life in Summers In France.
(Have you seen her hilarious self on Million Dollar Decorators?
She tells it like it is.)
Beachy blue shutter love!
Conde Nast Britain)
refers to Kathryn’s house as
“a sophisticated exercise in
sustainable upscale bohemia
where the atmosphere is
gloriously relaxed but everything
somehow works perfectly.”
don’t you love the sound of
And isn’t Kathryn’s palette in here brilliant?
Charming recipes & entertaining tips round out Summers in France.
Such upscale bohemia is throughout
the Southern France farmhouse
in Kathryn’s glorious book
S.I.F. is not a fussy
decor book, BTW.
Rather, we are treated
to glimpses and tastes
and whispers of what it is truly
like to abide as a guest at
this amazingly rustic chic getaway.
Nicholas Coleridge captures the essence
of Summers In France eloquently:
“Kathryn brings a tumbledown farm
glamorously back to life
in bohemian style, with
marketplace food, sunshine,
and the laughter of friends.”
Would you spend
in a tumbledown
farmhouse if you could?
Can you describe how it looks
in your mind’s eye?
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