Style tips from Le Moulin De Lourmarin hotel in Provence

Nathan Law

Few settings radiate the ambiance of Le Moulin De Lourmarin – Provence’s chicest new hangout.  The recently renovated hotel sits on the fringe of Lourmarin’s château near the mountain-kissed region of Pertuis. The serene setting was a canvas for designer’s Jaune who worked alongside owners Beaumier to create a minimalistic […]

Few settings radiate the ambiance of Le Moulin De Lourmarin – Provence’s chicest new hangout. 

The recently renovated hotel sits on the fringe of Lourmarin’s château near the mountain-kissed region of Pertuis. The serene setting was a canvas for designer’s Jaune who worked alongside owners Beaumier to create a minimalistic utopia for home decor lovers in one of France’s most alluring postcodes. Naturally, we adore every square inch of its glorious interiors. Here, we explore its most noteworthy assets.  

1. Reversed bathroom tiles 

Le Moulin De Lourmarin

(Image credit: Le Moulin De Lourmarin)

While we’re rather accustomed to seeing tiles on our bathroom walls, Le Moulin has shaken up the conventions and tiled the sanitaryware instead. The result is a neutral wall that oozes a certain country-esque minimalism – where the sink is left to make a stylish statement. Its subtly traditional aesthetic epitomizes Provencal ambiance whilst acting as a reminder to break the ordinary and have fun. This is the South of France, after all. 

2. French cafe curtains  

Le Moulin De Lourmarin

(Image credit: Le Moulin De Lourmarin)

We’re taking modern kitchen ideas from the masters of design, and it stems from a trend we already know and love. It’s certainly no secret that we’ve fallen for French cafe curtains – the feature that allows us to bring the unrivaled style of Parisian café culture to the forefront of our interiors. 

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