02 January 2011

French Essence: My French Life

 

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Mas de Bernard – the centuries old country farmhouse in Provence that author Vicki Archer completely restored.  Above, a dining table hides under the vine covered pergola.   The house is so wide, it’s hard to get it all in one photograph:  the façade continues to the direct left – seen in the next picture!

 

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Another view of  Mas de Bernard:   here the photograph shows how this rough stone faced building connects to the smooth faced façade of the photo above.

 

New Years Day 2011 has come and gone, and hopefully everyone settled in for the weekend!  I know we were feeling cozy here in Houston around the fireplace.  Thinking of something to start the new year with, I came up with the newest Skirted Roundtable interview with author Vicki Archer of  the French Essence blog.   I first heard about Vicki and her fabulous life a few  years ago from the Australian blogger Absolutely Beautiful Things.  I then ordered her book, My French Life, and wrote about it back in 2009.   Vicki’s first book was followed up last year with her latest - French Essence.   Both books are filled with the exquisitely beautiful photographs of Vicki’s friend Carla Coulson (most of the photos shown today are by Carla.)   I was thrilled to have Vicki on the Skirted Roundtable if only to have the chance to show you some photographs of her fabulous house! 

Vicki lives a life that most of us can only dream about.  Born in Australia, her husband and three children were living in Sydney when they took a vacation to Provence in 1999.  A quick visit to see a decrepit farmhouse totally changed her life.   The 17th century house, Mas de Bernard, stands on 50 acres and was once an fruit farm.   But when Vicki first saw it, it was a complete wreck.  The house had been added onto over the centuries and parts of the farmhouse are estimated to be over 500 years old.   Vicki immediately fell in a trance when she first saw the property and without much thought, it was quickly purchased.   She can not explain the intense attraction except to say it was love at first sight.  Indeed, she can not logically explain what made her decide to totally uproot her life – all for a run down farm, but this is exactly what she did.  After buying Mas de Bernard, the family next moved from Australia to London in order to be closer to France.   It took three years before the restoration was complete enough so that the family could even move in.   Today, they still technically live in London where her husband works, but holidays and summers are spent in Saint-Remy-de-Provence.  The change in their lives has been profound.  The family did not even speak French when they became farm owners, though since, they have learned the romantic language.  Vicki’s three children have now left the nest and she spends even more time in France.  Today, the property is a successful, working olive farm.  Their olive trees are a major concern – along with her helpers, Vicki picks the olives herself, a back-breaking process that takes up to a month to complete. 

How many of us have ever dreamed of following our hearts and picking up roots?   It’s amazing to think that Vicki with 3 young children and a husband, moved halfway across the world – all for the love of a run down farmhouse.    This is her story – as told to the Skirted Roundtable.

                               

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In a winter snow, the house looks magical.   Le Coup de Foudre – Vicki’s motto:  The thunderbolt or being struck by a love at first sight.

 

 

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A concrete river, or rill, runs from the house down to a fountain. 

 

 

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The concrete river, or rill, ends in a circular pond.   The property is surrounded by the picturesque Alpilles mountain range.  Beyond the lavender garden are the olive trees.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Here, next to the flowering garden is the front entrance to Mas de Bernard.

 

 

 

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The front doors, framed in roses, urns, and lanterns. 

 

 

 

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Inside, the stone stairs are dressed for Christmas.   Simple votives rest underneath a gorgeous gilt antique mirror.

 

 

 

 

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Vicki’s living room has been through many different arrangements.  An early picture shows the beautiful doors and staircase in the back, flanked with contemporary bookcases.  

 

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The blog Absolutely Beautiful Things showed this view of Vicki’s living room – with matching sofas.   Today the room looks entirely different.  I love how Vicki is just like all of us – always rearranging things.

 

 

 

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Here is the living room restyled with the silk striped sofa and two chairs and yellow ottomans.   The matching mirrors flanking the fabulous fireplace are a constant, as are the matching glass coffee tables.  Notice the stone floors and the ceiling beams (seen in the mirrors.)   What a fabulous room!

 

                                                                                                                 vickiarcher2Redesigned again, here the gateleg table is moved into the fireplace area and the two chairs are separated.   The contemporary painting has been removed and lamps are added onto the side tables.  I love this arrangement – especially with the gilded candlesticks and canon balls.   So beautiful.

 

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Vicki recently showed this picture of her Christmas decorations.  And wow – things have really changed again!  The oriental rug is gone in favor of this monochromatic one.   The furniture has been recovered with a cream colored fabric.  There is now a contemporary print above the fireplace.  All the creams really make such a difference.  It just looks so beautiful.    Also, I had never realized that there was this fabulous steel window/door in the room.

 

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In this photograph, Vicki shows her trio of Martini tables sitting next to one of the newly recovered chairs.

 

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The dining room – here terracotta tiles cover the floor.   I love how all the rooms have such great fireplaces.

 

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Vicki’s kitchen has a extra long, fabulous table in the middle of the room.  Notice the cabinetry.   There are no upper ones either!   The groined ceiling is especially wonderful.  Can you imagine cooking in this room??  I think even I would love to cook here!

 

 

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Looking the other way towards the cabinet.

 

 

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A stone eutility sink is perfect for gardening.   Love this!

 

 

 

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This bedroom has an antique French headboard, covered in Bennison.  Sigh.   That side table, the mirror, the lampshade!

 

 

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A close up look at the same room.  Notice the urn in the niche, instead of shelves – love that idea.

 

 

 

 

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A peek at the master bedroom with its fabulous headboard and duvet.   Unreal!

 

 

 

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Here is a close up of the same room.   Vicki has such great style.  I could be very happy waking up in this room each morning!

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

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My favorite:  her daughter’s bedroom with an antique bed with its original damask fabric and bedspread.   I adore the chair and the night table too.   Perfection!!!!

 

 

 

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Outside:  Vicki took this picture one morning.  Here a table is set up next to the rill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Snowy white upholstery covers these day beds set up on the terrace.   Such beautiful landscaping.  

 

 

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And the same terrace set up for a party for Vicki’s daughter. 

 

 

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I love this picture:   the daybeds are styled for an afternoon party.   Soooo cute!!!

 

 

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A rose covered pergola.

 

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Next to the pond, more styled daybed seating.   Notice the hammock at the back corner.  So dreamy. 

 

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A view of the mountains and an old stone house on the property.   Too beautiful!  I’m not sure I could ever leave and go back to England.

 

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The lavender garden with the olive trees in back.   Carla Coulson is such a great photographer.   How would you like this to be your view out your windows??  Can you imagine???  Wow.

 

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The very same view in winter:  olive tree orchard is in the back; the lavender garden, and pruned plane trees in the front.  Even in the dead of winter, the view is still spectacular.

 

 

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Here’s the photographer, Carla Coulson walking with her Italian groom to their Parisian wedding.  I love how fashionable she looks here – including the shoes and leopard hat.  Tres chic.  To read her blog and see her web site, go HERE

 

 

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Vicki’s first book:  My French Life.   All photographs by Carla Coulson.

 

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And her newest book, French Essence, again with photographs by Carla Coulson.

 

 

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To listen to the new Skirted Roundtable with Vicki Archer, please go HERE.  

 

To purchase either of Vicki’s books, just click on the title you want below:

 

       My French Life           

 

 

 

To go to the Skirted Roundtable interview with Vicki, go HERE. 

 

AND, here’s wishing all of you and yours a happy, safe and healthy 2011!!!!!!!

 

 

111 comments:

  1. Did you say you are organizing a group tour?

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  2. I adore everything about Vicki- her blog, her books, her house, her story!! I gave the new book to several people on my list this year - just so very beautiful! And I'm with Jojo - group tour sounds good to me!!

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  3. So "otherworldly"! Five centuries! The world is definitely full of beautiful things. Thanks for sharing these with us. Happy New Year, Joni!

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  4. The photos are beautiful. The house and it's grounds are stunning. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  5. And as if all this weren't enough, she's the sweetest person imaginable!

    Happy New Year to you too, Joni!!

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  6. Group Tour for sure - I'm in. ;-)
    This gorgeous place is heaven indeed. How lucky and fortunate to be the owner of this incredible estate.

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  7. I am sure we were all saying, "If Only!" So lovely the view alone had me!!! then you add the exterior of the house, oh my!!ANd then the interior, dream-like. Thank you for sharing all this wonderful information and thank you to Vicki for sharing her talents with the world in not one but two books,Kathysue

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  8. I fell in love with Vicki when I was visiting Paris. I was new to blogging and asked Brooke from V&L if she knew where I should go catch some flea markets, she sent me to Vicki's blog and within hours I knew where to go...love the blog world and Vicki!

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  9. Oh WOW! I must admit that I haven't listened to the podcast YET, but I will certainly make time now. Joni- I'm reeling over this house! Old bones and modern sensibilities. I love the way she incorporates the bold, graphic artwork into her overall design. This is absolutely fabulous, girl. I love every inch. Off to pour over the photos yet again. Great post :)

    xoxo,

    Andrea

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  10. More than inspiration...the pinnacle. Truly beautiful...
    The life...the home...the surroundings...the post. Thank you! Monica

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  11. I think it is wonderful that a wonderful person gets to live a wonderful life, doesn't always work that way.
    I loved her interview on the skirted round table, she is so interesting to listen to, I did not want you say goodbye.
    I must get copies of both of her books this year, for sure...
    Thank you for the advance tour of her home, it is amazing...
    Regards, Carol Ann x

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  12. Vicki seems such an intrepid and warm woman. This home oozes love and careful thought -- it's clear that Vicki lovingly tends to every last detail.
    Surely it is a blessed life, but heading such a home and grounds is more than a full-time job. It's a life's work, a tireless labor of love, an act of patience, almost of worship.
    Here's wishing Vicki all the best this new year and the many years to come.
    Her home is touched by magic.
    Cheers, Alcira

    nerochronicles.com

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  13. So perfect Joni, Vicki is one of the most encouraging, generous women in the blogworld!!

    Her home and property is a dream come true!

    Happy New Years!

    Xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  14. * It's ALL TOO ENCHANTING to possibly describe, so I am GRATEFUL... VERY grateful... that you shared your info AND the pics here, Joni...

    Vicki's love, passion, dedication and COMMITTMENT to, and for, this etheral "home" speaks VOLUMES about her... what a LOVELY, GIVING and CARING person she must be! (IMHO, loving, warm beauty like this can ONLY be created by people LIKE that!)... What an UBER INTERESTING person she must be to meet personally... (A "note" here: WHERE does she get the ENERGY to DO all she DOES???)...

    What a MOST WONDERFUL WAY to WELCOME 2011!!!

    Thank you to both of you ladies~~~ this was SUUUUUUCH a TREAT!!!!

    Warmest,
    Linda in AZ*
    bellesmom1234@comcast.net

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  15. *** P.S. Please SIGN ME UP, Joni, if there's ever a "tour"!!! 2011 SMILES!!! XO, Linda

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  16. Great fun to see the livingroom evolution! Thanks Joni...Happy New Year!

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  17. Joni,
    I can't get over Vicki's beautiful home. It is so obvious how much of Vicki's own touch is in everything. Just amazing.
    Thank you for sharing these gorgeous photographs.
    Happy New Year.
    Teresa

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  18. Happy 2011!!! I wish you an excellent year full of success and happiness. Xoxo

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  19. Count me in for the tour! The home and grounds are all incredible! And, I especially love all the bedrooms! I'll have to really get both of Vicki's books now.

    Karen T.

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  20. Hi Great pictures with a lot of inspiration. Like this really. Many greetings from Sweden and Maria's Corner

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  21. A storybook movie come to life! Ok so now I have three resolutions-the third being to find and purchase myself a french farmhouse. ;) wonderfully informative and beautiful as usual! Thanks!

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  22. Stop it, right now...you are killing me! Fabulous, you had me at the front door. Thanks for sharing this remarkable story and home.

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  23. You aren't kidding when you say its something most of us can only dream about! Good for them for actually doing it (part of my new years resolution, doing more and talking less) Wow, so so beautiful and inspriational. The front door, bedroom outside views are all storybook beautiful. What a wonderful and inspring story to all of us who hope to ourselves one day fulfill a dream like this. Thank you for sharing it with us..and happy 2011!!

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  24. ...it simply takes my breath away...

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  25. Happy New Year Joni! Thank you for sharing this - guess what book I got for Christmas?? The house is just lovely and wow is right - wow to every shot...Vicki was probably my second blog follower and I just love her book, blog and guts she had to leave her life behind to start anew. Such a great inspirational story for anyone who is afraid to try something different - when one door closes, another opens I like to think. Perhaps Vicki can hold a 'bloggers conference' in Provence??? at the Mas????!!!

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  26. Breathtakingly beautful.....
    -linda,ny

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  27. Ah Joni~ ~The most wonderful post so far. Yes I could easily live there. . .forever happy. I would love to see a crystal chandy in the living room photo with the chairs seperated and the tall candlesticks by the front chair. This gal loves a little sparkle. Remarkable home.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  28. Absolutely gorgeous! I will be looking at her books to add to my collection.

    I only had one thing bother me. All of the seat cushions are pushed in. I think they look incredibly artificial (although they are fluffier this way). I found it quite distracting. I've never seen this done before. Is this a new trend in photo-styling?


    Anyway, I love your blog and this post has been very inspiting. Thank you.

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  29. Absolutely gorgeous! I will be looking at her books to add to my collection.

    I only had one thing bother me. All of the seat cushions are pushed in. I think they look incredibly artificial (although they are fluffier this way). I found it quite distracting. I've never seen this done before. Is this a new trend in photo-styling?


    Anyway, I love your blog and this post has been very inspiting. Thank you.

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  30. Absolutely gorgeous! I will be looking at her books to add to my collection.

    I only had one thing bother me. All of the seat cushions are pushed in. I think they look incredibly artificial (although they are fluffier this way). I found it quite distracting. I've never seen this done before. Is this a new trend in photo-styling?


    Anyway, I love your blog and this post has been very inspiting. Thank you.

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  31. Joni~beautiful, like everyone, love it!! Thank you for sharing, your blog is among the best.
    Blessings this 2011!

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  32. My dream (on auto repeat) is to fly to France for this experience:
    Be a photo assistant for Carla on a Vicki shoot. Joni, would you mind pulling some of those magical 'french' strings for me? I will be forever grateful and in debt to you. (more than I already am) Lovely, lovely, lovely post. PFXO

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  33. gorgeous home Joni, and excellent writing...maureen

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  34. Beautiful, stunning, fab!!!

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  35. Thank you for posting this. I saw something about her and her amazing house somewhere on the blogs and couldn't remember the details. What a beautiful life and can't wait to listen to the interview!

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  36. Joni, what a delightful post to start the new year! Vicki's bold purchase of the house is inspirational and the photos are divine!

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  37. Beautiful post. I would suggest reading the book reviews before purchasing. It appears the books are long on image, short on writing skills.

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  38. WOW!!!

    This is not real, is it??? LOL

    Can you imagine living in a place like that? Wake up every day and see all of that beauty? Yes! That's being really lucky! :-)


    xo


    Luciane at HomeBunch.com


    PS: I am not sure if you've visited my blog yet, but I'd like to invite you to take a look, if you have a minute. It would be a honor to have you there. :-)

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  39. These photos are pure escapism. Vicki has created an incredible retreat. Not an easy thing to do. Love it. Thanks.

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  40. Love your post Joni+Vicki Archer+Carla Coulson. A magic bonus this rainy day in southern CA.xx peggybraswelldesign.com

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  41. What a gorgeous, gorgeous home. Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

    Tricia

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  42. Awesome Joni....I've missed you....been away from blogging, life just kinda got in the way....

    Happy New Year to you, hope your daughter is enjoying college....

    All the best,
    Kathy :)

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  43. Wow, what an amazing house. I'm very envious of her "French life"
    Thanks for lovely post

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  44. I gave Vicki's book to several people for Christmas this year and, of course, had to buy one for myself, too! It is without a doubt one of the most beautifully written and illustrated design books I've ever owned. I savored every page!!

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  45. Can't wait to listen to the pod cast. I told Megan - I save them all for when I'm flying on a plane for work or working out at the gym. Love them. After watching House Hunters International and drooling over French Country Houses I can see why she took one look and moved. I much prefer the house in the natural fabrics - cream / linens...vs. the silks - I'm still trying to figure out what's up with the pillows. As for the gardens and exterior OMG and the kitchen I'm dying. I love to entertain outside and gardening has become a passion of mine - I will have to pick up this book. Simply stunning and fabulous overview. Thanks as always for the fantastic details.

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  46. If I wasn't so happy in my life I would want Vicki's.I have her books and truly love them. Awesome post!

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  47. What an amazing property. Just love the entry door with fresh roses.

    Kinga

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  48. What a lovely place. Maybe Vicki will let us know if she ever needs help with the olive harvest. I'd be an eager volunteer.

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  49. What gorgeous gardens! And some of the rooms are to die for. But I really got a laugh out of the karate-chopped seat cushions and pillows!

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  50. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

    Aside from wanting to tweak a few things on the interiors, I found it to be a wonderful place.

    Maybe someday I'll just pick up and move continents, too.

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  51. Thanks for your kind and generous words about my photography. It was such a pleasure to work with Vicki on these two books as her house and her style is a dream to photograph. Thanks for the lovely comments on my wedding pic!! Wishing you a wonderful 2011.. All my thanks Carla xx

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  52. What can I say but over the top! Every little detail inside and out,the way she uses lots of glass, and the bedrooms just beautifully done....The outdoor areas, the kitchen.....speechless. And to top it off she is one nice person!!!!!!This post will definitely go in my wow file. Oh and congratultions on you successful fundraiser....You do good things Joni. Have a gret new year looking forward to seeingwhat you come up with!!!!!Maryanne xo

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  53. this is ALMOST more than my eye can take!!!

    it's wonderful seeing inside!

    I feel transported right to her home!
    thanks, dear

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  54. Happy 2011 to you Joni! So exciting to see more of Vicki's fabulous home, ah...heaven.

    Looking forward to another year of drool worthy eye candy and design inspiration from you.
    Hugs~
    Tricia

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  55. Happy New Year! What breathtaking images. I love Vicki's blog and her books are on my to get list. I want to just fall into them. So gorgeous.

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  56. I found Vicki's blog recently, and I am a huge fan! She is a remarkable woman, and I not only love her good taste but her zest for life. I don't think I've enountered an Australian on line I haven't liked, and she now has the distinction of living in my favorite city on earth (London) and having a house in the most beautiful place on earth (Provence). Does it get any better? Thanks for sharing, Joni.

    Wishing you all the best for 2011! Love you much...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  57. great inspiration here, thanks for sharing.
    /Taru

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  58. Vicki is living my perfect life - I would never leave this house if it were mine. That steel window in the sitting room is breathtaking - I never realised it was there either.

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  59. She is a sweet blog friend and has such a talent for a wonderful life!
    Indeed a life after my own taste!

    Thanks for this lovely post! So enchanting!

    xoxo

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  60. Dear Joni: I just wanted to comment on this true dream house to encourage you to keep showing more designers and their gorgeous homes. What is just a fantasy for most of us is real life for this woman. I'm so glad that she did such a great job of it and shared it with all of us. Cooking in that kitchen would be like cooking in a cathedral and the gardens are heaven. Thanks again and happy new year.

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  61. I'm certain this is what heaven looks like! Thank you, Joni, for sharing more images of Vicki's gorgeous home. Really, it just couldn't get any more perfect. Happy New Year! xo Lidy

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  62. I must buy the new book as it will be like a little vacation every time I flip through it. WHAT a stove she has...and the gardens!

    Merci beaucoup, Joni.
    Mary Ann

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  63. The first time I read this post, I was speechless! Had to go back and savor every photo. I have her first book and love perusing through. She is one lucky lady. When I die, I want to come back as Vicki Archer!
    What a beautiful post Joni! ~Delores

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  64. Mas de Bernard is like a glorious dream you never want to wake up from...goodness. Absolutely gorgeous home. And that kitchen is fantastic. (Yes, I think I would cook more too if it were mine!!) Wonderful post Joni...A joyous and healthy New Year to you and your family!

    H.H.

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  65. Vickie's home is spectacularly lovely. I love the charm and the beauty that surrounds her. Stunning. I'm game for the field trip too!
    xx

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  66. Such lovely, spectacular photographs and the effort you put into writing about this house was truly wonderful. I'm inspired in so many ways now!

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  67. Хороший у вас блог! удачи в развитии

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  68. As a decorative artist I often help people by transform their kitchens or bathrooms with just a refinish of cabinetry and the counter tops. If the bones are good then a huge transformation can happen on a pretty tight budget.

    These are all stunning and such great inspiration.

    But most of all thank you for the lovely pictures of the beautiful rooms. The fabrics! The colors! The decor! Such beautiful rooms to dream on, sigh.

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  69. Can anyone tell me where I could find the web backed dining room chairs in the background of Corey's kitchen redo pictures. I found similiar chairs but not that exact pattern. Thanks for your help.

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  70. Отличный блог у вас, много интересных постов, буду постоянным читателем!

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  71. Прикольная статья, узнал много полезного. Сейчас читаю другие публикации

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  72. Неплохо написали, нашел для себя много интересного. Продолжайте в том же духе

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  73. Мне понравился ваш блог, прочитал массу интересных статей, спасибо!

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  74. Статья полезная и приятно изложена, большое спасибо за дополнительный материал!

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  75. Интересно написано, но желательно дополнить статью

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  77. Отличная статья, напишите еще на эту тему, буду с нетерпением ждать

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  78. Ой, читай, прям обчитаешься! спасибо за интересную статью

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  79. Интересная стратья, узнал для себя несколько новых вещей, щас буду разбираться, в дальнейшем отпигшусь

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  80. ну да, блог мне тоже очень понравился, уже частенько захожу

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  81. Статья очень поучительная, будет полезна особенно новичкам

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  82. Статья очень поучительная, будет полезна особенно новичкам

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  85. Допишите эту статью, то до отличного материала не дотягивает

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  86. Блого просто супер, всем советую, непожалеете

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  87. интересненько. Статья вовсе неплохо написана

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  88. Да, после прочтения, я просто поражаюсь как все это бывает

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  89. Полностью согласен с предыдущими комментариями

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  90. супер как понравился ваш блог, высокого вам развития

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  91. Отличный блог, давно не читал, сразу же нашел много нового

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  92. Ок, спасибо большое, статья очень полезная для начинающих

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  93. Статья очень понравилась, узнал много полезного, буду пробовать осуществить на практике

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  94. Как то видел, но потом долго не мог найти, статья очень полезная. Всем советую

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  95. Прикольный болг, много нашел статей нужных, в которых подробно все описано, спасибо

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  97. не много статей, советую регулярно добавять, а так в общем блог интересный

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  98. a most beautiful house except for the striped silk sofa and cushions which are sooo ugly (just my opinion of course)

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