A manor house in the Normandy countryside

Posted on Sun, 24 Oct 2021 by KiM

Be still my heart. This 15th century manor home in the countryside of Normandy, called La Carlière, is home to British fashion designer Peter Copping and his French husband Rambert Rigaud. The 6 year renovation of this spectacular home transformed it into a liveable, comfortable home that is an absolute dream. (Photos: Alexis Armanet for Architectural Digest France and Billal Taright for the Financial Times)

Barb Ward says:

I passed out on my keyboard!
It’s a rare thing when money & taste collide, a beautiful thing to behold. These two designers have
curated an astounding home.
Thank you for sharing Kim – it’s another bookmark

Moyra says:

Beyond fabulous. I love this amazing house.

Kae Norman says:

Everything is exquisite except the dead animal heads on the wall. Ewww.


April says:

Give me an old manor house any day. Full of interesting and beautiful stuff, stuff, and more stuff.

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