It’s always fascinating to me how old barns, stables or homesteads can turn into a beautiful, aesthetic and elegant family or holiday house. Instead of reaching new territories with all the uncertainty of soil beaviour and ground construction there are so many “ancient” buildings that need restructuring and simply be revived again for whatever cause needed. Let me give you an example of a former stable in the South of France which was converted into a beautiful holiday house suitable for two to six people. The interior has mainly warm neutral tones with rough surfaces (stone, concrete, old wood) which perfectly contrast with crisp cottons and linens. A warm and cosy feel of the implemented decor and the synergy of old and new creates an utmost unique ambient.