“In Lourmarin, Provence, sits Le Moulin, an old mill transformed into a hotel and village shop. Sitting opposite the chateau, it is a place to meet people and stay the night, a spot for locals and you.”
So reads the website of Le Moulin, lodgings transformed by the architects Marine Delaloy and Paula Alvarez de Toleda of the firm Jaune and the design team at Saint-Lazare. We’re enamored of every detail: the plaster walls and sisal floors; dashes of Provençal ochre all over, on glossy tiled tabletops and simple sink skirts (fitting for a firm whose name literally means “yellow”); and bundles of dried flowers. Have a look around.
Photography by Gaëlle Tronquit via Le Moulin.
For more, head to Hotel Le Moulin. (And for a look at its sister hotel, see our post Hotel Les Roches Rouges: Vintage Seaside Glamour on the Côte d’Azur).
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