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New Month, New Magazine!

Updated: Mar 3

Actually, every two new months, new magazine, but fabulous nonetheless!

For those of us who live in regions that experience the cold, we realize that the chill of winter is increasingly becoming a distant memory, and we eagerly await the arrival of spring.

After a season spent with the heat turned up and bundled up at home, many of us still have a desire to venture out and explore.

We know you will enjoy this edition of the magazine filled with stunning homes, gardens, and destinations that should inspire you with fresh ideas for the months ahead.

Our Discovery Guide, which we know you will love, focuses on the "twin sisters" of Normandy's Floral Coast: Deauville and Trouville. This region holds a special place in our Editor's heart, renowned for its expansive sandy beaches and magnificent Belle Époque villas. You'll discover even more to love about the unique atmosphere of this region in the Portfolio, which delves into the color and whimsy of its famous beach umbrellas.

As France slowly awakens from its winter slumber, it's a true pleasure to stroll through its numerous remarkable gardens and immerse oneself in their timeless beauty.

From grand and storied estates to more intimate retreats, they are a source of endless wonder and inspiration. We also share a little-known history of the growing population of parakeets that have happily made Paris their adoptive home.

This edition showcases several dazzling spring interiors.

We explore the beautiful renovation of Château Chanet in the Périgord and take a closer look at the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, commissioned by one of France's most prominent socialites of the early 20th century.

In addition, being recently invited into the private workshops of the Mobilier National, where the precious furnishings of France's most famous buildings are maintained and repaired.

Also, had an exclusive glimpse into the restoration of a nearly 200-year-old ceremonial carpet recovered from the ashes of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.

It was a true delight, much like our visit to L'Objet Qui Parle, a Parisian antique shop, which fascinated with its treasure trove of antiques.

Finally, with Easter rapidly approaching, we turned to Eve Cardi, one of our favorite food stylists, for guidance on creating the perfect meal with an equally exquisite tablescape using spring bulbs.

Bon appétit and click here to enjoy the preview of the mini magazine, take a peek if you will!

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