Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House

The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House

That Nordic design isn’t just popular in Scandinavian countries proves this fammily home in France. The 19th-century manor house is located in Bordeaux and belongs to Ludivine Degas (owner of La Maison Poétique), her husband Stéphane Degas and their 5 children. Ludivine knew immediately that she wanted to decorate this home in black and white tones and combine these with wood and flax. The combination of the Nordic touch with French architecture is absolutely stunning and results into a serene family home.

The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House
The Nordroom - Nordic Design In A 19th-Century French Manor House

photos by Anne-Catherine Scoffoni

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