Table with top in green glazed ceramic, crockery shelves and chest of drawers in the dining room

Table with top in green glazed ceramic, crockery shelves and chest of drawers in the dining room

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Photographer: © living4media / Kooijman, Peter
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Print size: approx. 48.77 × 32.51 cm at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to DIN A3

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While the house may have lacked a roof, it certainly had plenty of charm; FR

When William and Joseph spotted a dilapidated maison de maître from 1757 in the Gers, the couple was immediately drawn in. After buying the house from the last heiress, Wim and Joop gradually brought life back into the house, with special respect for the buildings character.
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