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Details of Château Gudanes. Renovations are taking place. (And Mr. Simpkin, the cat, makes an appearance in the chair.)

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In the dining room, delicate cream chairs with rose stitching sit before the original 18th-century marble champagne fountain.

Château de Gudanes Renovation: Louis XIV Decor and Spring Roses

In the dining room, delicate cream chairs with rose stitching sit before the original 18th-century marble champagne fountain.

Restoring the 18th-Century French Château de Gudanes in Summer

Restoring the 18th-Century French Château de Gudanes in Summer

Wall | VK. Château Gudanes.

I found these chairs at a brocante in the monastery village of Fanjeaux, about an hour’s drive away. The dark timber chair is original Louis XIV.

Step Inside A Once-Abandoned French Château According to Waters, her approach to renovating Château de Gudanes is simple: "To adapt ourselves to the château, rather than change her to adapt to us." That said, wood cut from fallen trees in the château parc will eventually be used to make four poster beds for guests.

Step Inside A Once-Abandoned French Château

Step Inside A Once-Abandoned French Château According to Waters, her approach to renovating Château de Gudanes is simple: "To adapt ourselves to the château, rather than change her to adapt to us." That said, wood cut from fallen trees in the château parc will eventually be used to make four poster beds for guests.

Repairs to this room at Chateau de Gudanes in the South of France will require lots of love, patience and perseverance. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/26/abandoned-french-chateau_n_5208202.html?&ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000067

A Stunning Look Inside An Abandoned French Chateau

The original 18th-century dining room has been transformed into a temporary living space for visitors. Keeping with the Waters' philosophy of sustainability and authenticity, the room's 18th-century furnishings have all been found at local brocantes.

Step Inside A Once-Abandoned French Château

The original dining room has been transformed into a temporary living space for visitors. Keeping with the Waters' philosophy of sustainability and authenticity, the room's furnishings have all been found at local brocantes.

Progress continued during the workshop, including the glazing and repairs of external doors.

Restoring the 18th-Century French Château de Gudanes in Summer

The Long-Forgotten Treasures of an 18th-Century French Château

The Long-Forgotten Treasures of an 18th-Century French Château

These are some of the pieces I collected from a village house in nearby Vèbre.

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