I hope you don't mind another Charles Spada post, but I thought you'd enjoy these photos of his Normandy, France home as much as I did. All photos are from the Polish magazine Weranda (photography by Andreas von Einsiedel/East News).
The exterior of the chateau, formerly a hunting lodge.
The incredible chandelier is original to the chateau.
The walls are a warm, soft gray and the wood floors are laid in a classic herringbone pattern.
Antique framed prints, animal print fabric and touches of damask highlight the main room.
A bold leopard print fabric covers this sofa. I think one needs a room this large (and a skilled interior designer like Charles Spada) to comfortably pull this off.
This French baker's table and plates accent a dining room wall.
A larger collection of plates dominates another wall. On the left, you can see the gray checked drapes at the window.
A charming kitchen with brick floor, large hearth and modern stove.
A collection of creamware (or is it ironstone?)
Here's a peek of the pretty gray and blue toile fabric of one of the bedrooms.