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The French Country House

The French Country House

Abrams

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Imprint:
Vendome Press
ISBN:
978-0865651944
Format:
hardcover
Size:
9.5" x 12"
Author(s):
Christiane de Nicolay-Mazery
Page count:
192

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Why We Love This

Epitomizing what the French call l’art de vivre, or “the art of good living,” this book is a breathtaking invitation to share the charm of these private countryside dwellings. Here are beloved places of retreat--old manor houses, stud farms, even a former convent--that, because of their great age and accumulated memories, provide endless delight for family and friends. Each country house is a treasure trove of history, with beautiful furnishings as well as family albums, faded love letters, attics full of old toys, fancy dresses, retired pianos, leftover brocades and wallpapers--even libraries hidden at the tops of towers.

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Why We Love This

Epitomizing what the French call l’art de vivre, or “the art of good living,” this book is a breathtaking invitation to share the charm of these private countryside dwellings. Here are beloved places of retreat--old manor houses, stud farms, even a former convent--that, because of their great age and accumulated memories, provide endless delight for family and friends. Each country house is a treasure trove of history, with beautiful furnishings as well as family albums, faded love letters, attics full of old toys, fancy dresses, retired pianos, leftover brocades and wallpapers--even libraries hidden at the tops of towers.