The interior of a Provence-style house in a small country house near the Finnish border was invented by the owners themselves.
The furniture in the house is mostly old, restored by the hands of the owner, they bought almost nothing. The only exceptions were glass tables and a large sofa..
Since the family owns a small furniture workshop, all the necessary furniture was made there, and some items were found in furniture debris and flea markets. Beautiful forged chests were generally found in the trash, and restored in their own workshop.
The main details that shaped the interior of the house in the Provence style were invented by the owner’s wife. For example, cast iron “legs”, which served as the basis for the sewing machine stands, bought at the scrap metal collection point.
The owners of the house brought many little things from foreign voyages, where they always visit locals “flea” markets. For example, from a trip to the north of France, they brought antique silver and lace capes..
A wonderful chandelier, which perfectly fit into the design of the house, went to the family quite by accident: an elderly woman was going to throw it in the trash, but agreed to give the chandelier to “good hands”, now she decorates the interior of the house in the style of Provence.
Bedroom with baby bed.