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AirBnb restyled Deux, Marseille

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Look!

Situated in the 6th arrondissement of Marseille, a coastal city in the southernmost part of France is the beautifully designed apartment of Architect Aurélie-Anne Vincent and her Husband Guillaume. Originally purchased as an investment property for their little daughter and for weekend getaways, their flat situated in the heart of Marseille has  predominantly become an AirBnb for everyone to enjoy! With stunning views of the Basilica Notre-Dame de la Garde from every window, charming shops, markets and restaurants a few steps away, you’ll rest comfortably in this 4th story flat and enjoy all the coastal amenities this area has to offer.

We had the opportunity to experience the apartment for ourselves and I also spent some time play re-styling and snapping some photos. With Aurélie-Anne’s great taste in style and natural eye for remodeling and design there’s not much more that could be done to an already great looking apartment!

Omitting before photos and rather using their AirBnb link instead, I’ll share some after photos below. Thanks for dropping bye and have a great day all!

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Fully equipped kitchen.

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Modern Tiles.

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Paint to help designate spaces.

Seating for 5 comfortably.

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Napped too often in Marseille.

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Touches of greenery in all the right spots.

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Open Space.

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Reading lamps and ceiling light switches on each side.

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Ample closet space.

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WC sneak peak. {trust us, its big and nice}

Hillside wild flowers.

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Vanity optional.

Heating & Towel drying wall unit.

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BYE BYE Basilica views!

To book Airbnb directly – HERE

Need an Architect Book – Aurelie-Anne Vincent @Pixel Architecture 

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Not just any ladder, my laws of attraction ladder!

I’ve said it time and time again, “I do not mind the occasional street find.” As long as that street find can be useful as a DIY project or to help demonstrate ways on styling interiors. Months later if I decide that I don’t like my freebie, no problem and no money lost. I just set those things right back on the street side for the next person to love.

For months I’ve been telling myself that I’d like a new ladder. You know, sending my verbal wishes in thoughtful motion and applying the ‘Laws of attraction’ theory. Well it happened. Last week while walking home from an errand, I decided  to cut through the apartment complex across from us and as I exited their gates a ladder lay on its side and  tucked between some particle boards against a tree.  Ahhhh! Insert heaven chimes; my new ladder! Laws of attraction does work! (I’ve been really lucky my whole life thanks to my belief.)

I don’t consider myself a rustic kind-a-gal but I am someone who is very eclectic with my styling choices. I feel ladders are a fun and unique way for decorating your space! We have a black one along our corridor for jackets and bags and a white one in the bathroom for our towels. This one is much taller and sturdier than our bamboo counterparts. Frankly I’m loving its appearance as-is and have decided to let it alone. Paint spots, nude varnish, wood chips and all. It’s so strong and sturdy; would also be perfect for someone with a mezzanine or library! This ones a keeper although if I ever become tired of it, I’ll be sure to pass it along to someone who can really use it.

I’ve shared some examples on how you can style a ladder. There’ll be more examples on my instagram in future posts.

I’m curious, how do you feel about ladders?