In 2021, we completely renovated this house built in 1836 and its garden to make it a guest house and share our taste for the Côte de Nacre and its history. Located in the village of Saint-Aubin sur Mer, the villa is 100 m from the beach, the sea wall with its cafés and restaurants. The decoration of each of the 4 rooms combines design and vintage to evoke one of the decades of the "thirty glorious years" until the "70s". The breakfast is composed of regional products or prepared on the spot. We will be very happy to meet you and guide you, if you wish, to take advantage of the tourist and cultural resources of the region. See you soon!
Room 70's : The orange color (emblematic of the 70's) of the wallpaper matches the engraving "Panam Building" by Pol Bury (author of the Palais Royal fountain near the Buren columns). Painting took several directions after the shock of the sixties: geometric abstraction (like Vasarely), narrative figuration (like Pol Bury or Fromanger), and hyperrealism (Duane Hanson or Peter Klasen).
The tam tam stool by the French designer Massonnet was originally designed for anglers: it became an icon of the 1970s, and is part of the collections of modern art museums in Paris, New York...
Although the Tulip chairs and tables were designed by Saarinen in 1956, their success was confirmed in the 1970s. The Componibili storage unit and the Nessino lamp are still being produced and marketed 50 years after their appearance, and Klasen's hyper-realistic door handle was exhibited in Paris in 1975. Fromanger's lithograph "Life is a Commodity" is a testament to the changing ideas and phraseology of the time.
The modernity of the bathroom and the separate toilet brings you back to the comfort of the 2020's. This room is designed to accommodate a family with 2 children.