French Provence-Inspired Flat
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Release Date: June 4, 2012
Featuring: Françoise Méchin Pellet
Channel: Home Tour
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.
Layouts, Presbytere Workshop, 1810, Notre-Dame Street West,
514 448-1768. Page 42: Dining room and living room: All the furniture and curtains, Workshop Presbytere, see above; suspension, Ikea, 514 738-2167 Montreal, Boucherville, 450 449-6755, 1 866 866-IKEA, ikea. ca, carpet, Home Sense, homesense.ca for outlets. Terrace: Tablecloth, making Workshop Presbytere, see above. Page 44: Zinc: Desk lamp, tray, Workshop Presbytere, see above. Corkscrew, photography, collection of the owners. Kitchen counter: Stools, Structube, structube.com for outlets; baskets, vase, drought has potatoes, realization of the counter, Workshop Presbytere, see above. Page 48: Making the blind and bedding, Workshop Presbytere, see above.
DIRECTOR TV PRODUCTION & ONLINE VIDEO
Sheri Graham Delagran
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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