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Bye bye to the winter with eclecticism.

Bye bye to the winter with eclecticism.

I was surprised with this chalet located in the French Alps, near Megéve. You can see the magnificent result of two years of work on a 1870 structure led by Belgian decorator Lionel Jadot.
The architecture has preserved the flavor of the past but at the same time integrating modernity thanks to the open spaces and large windows that bring in the wonderful views. All this with the added challenge of following sustainability criteria.
The decor is absolutely brilliant! The daring mix of styles, ages, colors and traditions gives the house a really special soul.

(Via Nuevo Estilo)

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