The colorful, exquisite, boho Normandy chateau of Gérard Tremolet.
In the salon, the bergère is Louis XV, and the armchair is Régence. Ornate green and gold walls contrast nicely with the rich reds in the curtains and seating.
The daybed is Louis XV, the sconce is 18th century, and the rug is Iranian
The eclectic dining area with original farmhouse table. Loving the collection of baskets.
Chinese vessels and a 19th-century bust of Bacchus line the mantel in the dining area.
In the hallway there are antique cadelabras and Régence armchairs, red and gold damask wallpaper, turquoise and gold Venetian console and 18th century Venetian mirror.
A colorful, yellow and blue eccentric games room covered in antique furnishings.
Bohemian red and purple guestroom dressed in Indian cashmere.
Another guest bedroom, this one’s main theme is yellow and pink toile.
The château was constructed in the 11th century with Caen stone, and renovated in 1721.
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In the sitting room, a steel-and-ostrich-egg mirror hangs above a sofa upholstered in a 1960s David Hicks fabric; the Jacob Frères armchair is covered in a Rubelli velvet, and the cocktail table is from the ’70s. The artworks include paintings by Xavier Vilató, bottom left, and José María Yturralde, center, and a Josep Maria Subirachs engraving and Miguel Macaya painting, right.
The drawing room.
An 18th-century rug covers a table in the entrance hall; the bench is in the Régence style, the desk is by Marc du Plantier, and 18th-century engravings fill the walls.
The lux red guest bedroom
…the guest bedroom, a headboard upholstered in a Valentino velvet, a Louis XV–style bench, and 17th- and 18th-century Spanish mirrors; the paintings are by Yturralde,…
The Spanish styled master bedroom:
The master bedroom includes a tapestry by Rubens, a 17th-century octagonal mirror, and a 19th-century neo-Gothic dressing table.
A 1950s Italian sink in the master bath; the large mirror is by Devon & Devon, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Babouche.
A Louis XVI marble-top table and 1970s Italian chairs in the kitchen; the lacquer cabinetry is custom made, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Lulworth Blue.
In the courtyard, 1960s Jansen daybeds are upholstered in a Madeleine Castaing fabric, the cast of a Michelangelo sculpture is from a Paris flea market, and the Gothic Revival doors are 19th-century Spanish.