Domaine de Perches showcases color palettes composed of pale gray, beige, and white, bringing harmony and serenity to the entire house.
FROM OUTSIDE TO INSIDE
Our prestigious guesthouse is a former 17th-century wine castle. This large building, made of white stones, also incorporates touches of gray and beige. Captivated by the exterior colors, we wanted to give a chromatic identity to the estate by bringing “the outside inside.”
The spaces in the house are generous. To maintain a certain unity of places inside the house and not get lost, we chose to harmonize the tones throughout the rooms. Thus, white, gray, and beige are featured in the bedrooms and suites, lounges, and dining rooms. In addition, noble materials and carefully selected objects from our travels or local finds bring distinction and uniqueness to each room.
BEIGE, GRAY, AND WHITE
Beige, gray, and white align with our desire to provide you with a unique and authentic experience. The combination of these three colors creates a clean and serene ambiance.
Beige is a soothing and gentle shade that pairs perfectly with natural materials such as wood and linen. Gray, a mineral tone, adds a touch of character to beige. As you explore different rooms, you’ll discover an ambiance that is both classic and modern.
Touches of color enhance the three base colors: taupe and brown bring softness and elegance to the bedrooms, orange cushions invigorate the luxury suite, and blue notes create a timeless atmosphere in certain lounges.
We would be delighted to share our color choices with you during your next visit to the estate.