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For linen, china and house- hold accessories, try Mas des Anges in St-Rémy (00 33 4 32 62 07 61; www.masdesanges.fr) or Retour de Voyage, in L’Isle-sur-la- Sorgue, which is owned by the hotel Maison sur la Sorgue (www. lamaisonsurlasorgue.com; 00 33 6 87 32 58 68).


For shabby chic bric-à-brac, go to Manissa in L’Isle-sur-la- Sorgue (00 33 4 90 38 33 06; http:// creations-lin.com). For floor and wall tiles, try Atelier Wiart in Marseille (www.atelier-wiart.fr). Monsieur Chabaud in Apt (www.chabaud- materiaux-anciens.com) is a good reclamation yard and for anything wrought iron (gates, pergolas), go to Michel Buchwalter at Fontvieille (www.ferronneriebuchwalter.fr).


For furniture try Les Rosées Creations, Valbonne; Blanc D’Ivoire in Saint-Tropez (and elsewhere) (00 33 4 94 97 11 34; www. blancdivoire.com). And for mar- ble, try Marbrerie Anastay (www. marbrerieanastay.fr).


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54 Country Life International, Spring 2014


Delight in the detail This house has just been transformed from a ruin into a magnificent Provençal mas by the Swiss banker who lives on the neighbouring estate. It lies just beneath Lacoste in the


Lubéron and has been a meticulous, no-expense-spared renovation, fully future-proofed and kitted out with all the big-name machines and gadgetry. Outside, the garden has been landscaped in the same


uncompromising vein with 50-year-old olives, fruit trees and decorative vines. €8.5 million through Knight Frank (020–7629 8171)


www.countrylife.co.uk/international


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Masterful garden


La Louve, described as ‘a perfect balance between house, garden and landscape’ (COUNTRY LIFE, November 18, 2009), was the creation of the great French garden designer Nicole


de Vésian, who sold it to the American art dealer Judith Pillsbury. The house, which is near Bonnieux in the Lubéron, is now on the market through Emile Garcin (00 33 4 90 72 32 93)


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