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!
To book Airbnb directly – HERE
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Welcome to the red “cabane” along the Atlantic coastline of Fecamp, France.
Part of creating a space involves a lived-in and inviting feeling. That is what I like to create by using what’s already in the home and by also adding a few additional touches that promote areas where people envision a place to relax and utilise the space.
Below are some before & after photos of an interior and exterior redo that I feel, would add more value and traffic to a particular rental. I’ll share some of the original photos listed on this particular Airbnb and then underneath you’ll find my restyled photos.
In future posts, I will compare before & after pictures side by side.
Below are the after photos with examples on how I made small changes that enhance the spaces.
Now imagine that you viewed a listing with photographs, I provided. Would you like to stay there?
(Sauf le chien of course…)