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In one year and with a lot of hard work, we transformed an old and shabby fish chalet into a little design masterpiece with enormous potential for more life balance. The chalet is located in the forest of Franché-Conte, France.

Before starting on the interior, the chalet needed a full renovation, including renewing the roof, the subceiling, the walls as well as the floor. It was a unique project for all those involved, and we took advantage of various possibilities to create something very special.

The work is characterized by an interesting mixture of styles: oriental cement tiles in the sitting room, colorful glass stones as lights, bathroom fittings from the belle-époque, and a special color concept, an earthy-brown tone that contrasts with the wood. You'll find little accessories scattered throughout the chalet, like a lamp from the ’40s or a thermometer shaped like a steering wheel from a ship or a fishing old net, every little detail giving the ambiance an extraordinary touch of the sea and nature. Franché-Conte, FR 2013/2014.