September 27, 2012
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a peek inside: french barn converted into family home designed by joséphine gintzburger

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 Joséphine Gintzburger had me at pink fridge (as seen inside her Paris apartment here).  

I’ve been enamored with her interior work for months now and am always delighted when her latest and greatest surfaces on the www.  This time around, the mix master has taken an old barn of 4,300Sqm in Bourgogne, France and converted it into this family home combing her signatures: woods and concrete,  antiques and contemporary pieces and incredibly unexpected POPS! of fuchsia.

Total swoooooonfest.

More inside the converted French barn after the jumppppp!



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Source and photos: Trendland

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