Founded by two cultural addicts, Artecase is a collectible design sourcing service working with individuals and interior designers. Their focus is on 20th century and contemporary design and they bring passion and the highest level of scholarship and connoisseurship to clients looking to make this type of acquisition. Services range from the sourcing of single object to the development of a collection over time.
Learn more about Artecase here: Artecase: Parisian Treasure Hunters in Search of Collectible Design.
Only two hours from Paris, this 19th century farmhouse with stunning views of the Burgundy countryside and 40-foot lap pool is just the place to rejuvenate yourself. Owners Lee Yanowitch and Philippe Chamaillard have lovingly renovated the farmhouse to preserve its authentic charm, (stone fireplaces, oak beams) while providing modern amenities and comfort.
With five double-occupancy rooms, Auberge de la Tuilerie guarantees you an intimate and informal holiday experience in the French countryside, far from the touristy paths.
Read their story here: “Life Change: from Big City TV to Countryside B&B”
For a personalized and rich historical tour of the D-Day beaches throughout Normandy, contact Danielle. Not only will she escort you to the major sites that altered the course of World War 2, she’ll share her insights on how the German occupation in France and the allied invasion impacted her family’s lives and those who survived June 6, 1944.