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10 guest rooms to draw inspiration from

10 guest rooms to draw inspiration from


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Decorated with taste and passion by their happy owners, the houses and guesthouses are full of decor ideas that are easy to reproduce at home: turquoise wall or paneling, floral wallpaper for a bucolic atmosphere, tiled floor, rough concrete decor or authentic wooded atmosphere ... Fall in love with these 10 decorative atmospheres.

Floral wallpaper for a bucolic atmosphere


Maison Jalon Atypical guesthouse with contemporary architecture tinged with vintage decor, Maison Jalon has taken up residence ten minutes from the center of Aix-en-Provence. In the "romantic" bedroom, we love the beautiful coral pink floral wallpaper, ideal for creating a bucolic atmosphere.

A blue paneled wall


Chez Dupont In Bordeaux, "Chez Dupont" has been a veritable institution since 1988. In the Joseph Fenwick room, one of the walls has been clad in retro paneling, painted in light blue. What give cachet to the space, with style!

A charming decor made of patinated wooden furniture


Maison Valvert In the heart of the Luberon, Maison Valvert welcomes its guests in a dream setting where nature and the French sweetness of life reign. We fell in love with the "Dentelles de Montmirail" white room which gives pride of place to a charming decor made up of patinated wooden furniture. It already feels like home.

A souvenir photo of a trip to the wall


The Roost Apartment In the Roost Apartment in Philadelphia, let's take the time to appreciate this room with its refined decoration, without forgetting to be warm. And to add a personal touch to the room, simply display a travel photo on the wall, just above the bed. A beautiful way to be disoriented with refinement.

An openwork wooden partition


Annick Lestrohan Design and friendly guest house located a stone's throw from the Old Port of Marseille, La Casa Honoré is an old printing house transformed into a guest house on a human scale by Annick Lestrohan, creator of the Honoré brand. Design idea to copy? This openwork wooden partition, capable of delimiting an office area or a small dressing area, while allowing light to pass through.

A turquoise wall and witch mirrors


Chez Dupont Chez Dupont, the Frère Placide bedroom catches the eye with a superb turquoise wall, coordinated with the quilted headboard. And, on the wall of the fireplace, a beautiful collection of witch mirrors has taken place.

A rough concrete decor


Maison Jalon Another room in Maison Jalon, another atmosphere. Here, one of the concrete walls has been kept in its raw state, and, to twist it all, a bed linen and colorful pictures have been added.

An authentic wooded atmosphere


Maison Valvert Surrounded by nature, the perched hut of Maison Valvert is an invitation to relax. In an all-wood decor, this elegant guest room is dreamy.

A floor in period tiles


Château d'Uzer In this other suite of Château d'Uzer, a beautiful palette of Resource colors (ivory and gray) enhances a charming decoration steeped in history thanks to beautiful old-fashioned floor tiles.