Global Style from a House in Provence

Global Style from a House in Provence

Sarah Coffey
Nov 30, 2009

At first glance, this house in the French Provencial village of Mons seems minimal, but closer inspection reveals an eclectic collection of art and antiques from around the world.

The 17th-century home, titled "Maison de Mons," was renovated by French architect, Henri Guydan, with interiors by Dutch designer, Arja Suddens. Divided into six apartments, the old house has been converted into a self-catering vacation home with decor that exceeds the expectations of a standard rental. Details we love include:

• African pottery in the entryway
• Antique chests in the living rooms
• White walls and warm terra cotta floors
• Stones used as centerpieces and accessories
• Wicker and cane chairs mixed in with modern styles

For more photos and information, check out the property listing at Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

Photos: Mr. and Mrs. Smith

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