This early nineteenth century house is located in the village of Précy-sous-Thil, Cote d'or, in the region of Bourgogne, France. Anna Bonde, textile and furniture designer, was influenced both by her native Sweden and the Provencal style when she furnished her home.
In the reading nook Anna created, a portrait of her grandmother as a child hangs above an eighteenth century bench.
An outbuilding that used to be the servants' quarters was renovated. Now, Anna's children and grandchildren stay here when they come to visit. In this room there are two in built beds on each side of the room.
Butterflies and shells, surrounding a sculpture by Arne Tengblad.
An embroidered fabric by Michel Bienh, called the Jardin des Princes hangs above a rustic table.
All images from here.