Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House

Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House

Provence is a province in the south of France. It’s a charming place full of old architecture and vineyards. This old oil mill was built in the 19th century, recently it has been restored and transformed in a country house in Nimes. The open plan area downstairs includes the living-room, dining-room, kitchen and study room. The original interior design, inspired by the loft style, gives this house a very special character. While the house itself is classic all the furniture is modern with a classic or rustic touch. Here you can see a stunning material mix: stone walls, polished concrete floors, iron windows and natural timber. Neutral tones add charm and coziness to the place. The house is so charming and calm that I began dreaming of a place like that. And you?

Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
Old Oil Mill Restored Into A Modern House
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