Connect with H&H

Now Playing » French Provence-Inspired Flat » as seen in episode 130 » French Provence-Inspired Flat

Françoise Méchin Pellet — owner of Montreal antique linen shop L'Atelier du Presbytère — tours her fresh and inviting apartment. Learn how she incorporated her native Provence style with worn furniture, vintage accessories, warm red fabric and mix-and-match tableware.

See more of this apartment in Maison & Demeure's September 2009 issue.

Image (video): 
Local: 
http://houseandhome.com/files/video/tv/s03/e130/FRANCOISE-PELLET.mp4
Mobile video file: 
http://houseandhome.com/files/video/tv/s03/e130/FRANCOISE-PELLET-mobile.mp4
Information: 

Design, Presbytère Workshop, 4710 St. Ambroise Lofts 302/303, Montreal, (514) 448-1768.

Dining room and living room: Furniture and curtains, desk lamp, tray, dining chair seat covers, Workshop Presbytère, see above; pendant lights, Ikea; carpet, HomeSense.

Kitchen: Stools, Structube; baskets, counter construction, Workshop Presbytère, see above.

Duration: 
5:30

Comment Guidelines

We welcome your feedback on Houseandhome.com. H&H reserves the right to remove any unsuitable personal remarks made about the bloggers, hosts, homeowners and/or guests we feature. Please keep your comments focused on decorating, design, cooking and other lifestyle topics. Adopt a tone you would be willing to use in person and do not make slanderous remarks or use denigrating language. If you see a comment that you believe violates any of the guidelines outlined above, please click “Flag as inappropriate.” Thank you.

OK

Play Next Block

MORE FROM H&H ONLINE TV: SEGMENTS BY EPISODE

Play next
The New Look Of Casual
An H&H TV classic designed by Grace Castaneda! See what makes this casual country home so livable — and so…
Play next
What To Mix This Holiday
Love salted caramel? Nostalgic for root beer? We check into Toronto's Drake Hotel to bring you their bartender's…
Play next
A Cool Colour Scheme For Christmas
See how Lynda Reeves uses black and white ornaments to create a couture tree at Toronto's Casa Loma.Take a…
Do not autoplay

Having trouble?

  • Reload this page: click here
  • Test out the low res version
  • Clear your browser cache (to see how, click here)
  • Upgrade your browser to the latest version
  • Ensure you have a good internet connection and that houseandhome.com is not being hindered by firewalls or ad blocking software, etc.
If you are still having trouble, please contact us

In This Segment

Françoise Méchin Pellet — owner of Montreal antique linen shop L'Atelier du Presbytère — tours her fresh and inviting apartment. Learn how she incorporated her native Provence style with worn furniture, vintage accessories, warm red fabric and mix-and-match tableware.

See more of this apartment in Maison & Demeure's September 2009 issue.

See sources

Design, Presbytère Workshop, 4710 St. Ambroise Lofts 302/303, Montreal, (514) 448-1768.

Dining room and living room: Furniture and curtains, desk lamp, tray, dining chair seat covers, Workshop Presbytère, see above; pendant lights, Ikea; carpet, HomeSense.

Kitchen: Stools, Structube; baskets, counter construction, Workshop Presbytère, see above.

Credits

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Lynda Reeves

DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO

Sheri Graham Delagran

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Jason Stickley

SEGMENT PRODUCER

Ryan Louis

EDITORS

Patrick Malone
Erin Gulas

DIGITAL DIRECTOR

Michael Zimmermann

ONLINE DESIGNER

Julie Aubie

Runtime: 5:30
Released: June 03, 2012
Channel: Home Tour