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The art of living in altitude

Interior design around chalets  perfectly  illustrates the art of living in altitude. The Chalets des Liarets  featured today in Décoration Chalet : a  unique book written by the journalist, film director and writer Marie-Christine Hugonot. Discover the Savoie-Mont-Blanc style …

Photo 1 (page 35)
The living room. Living together
Chalet Walker. For Martin’s chalet, the elder brother of the owners of the Chalets des Liarets, Leslie Gauthier, the interior designer, chose BoConcept sofas, an Eames rocking chair, coffee tables from Maison du monde (model  Long island), a BoConcept rug with cowhide patterns. Curtains Novabresse. Wall lamps Casadisagne  (Luberon region).

Photo2 (page 63)
Focus on the dining area. Chalet Poya.  For Charlotte’s chalet, a cosy atmosphere , created by  interior designer, Leslie Gauthier : ceiling lamps in hammered  by Flamant, farm table and Thonet chairs antiqued by  Charlotte, wall lamps also, designed for outside by Astro.

Photo 3 (page 63) 
A cosy corner  for a great meal. Chalet Bayer . For Blandine’s chalet  another decor  for the dining area designed by Leslie Gauthier. AM_PM chairs, ceiling lamps from Ikea “façon  rotin”.  Wall lamps Astro.  Extending table  from Ethnicraft in oiled oak,  High chairs for children AM-PM .

Photo 4 (page 74)
The bedroom. Chalet Walker. Interior designer Leslie Gauthier created a warm and friendly  bedroom. She used the sloping walls of this small room  to draw  pieces of furniture to gain space. Red moose rocking chair Ikea. Plaid et cushions Novabresse. All furniture tailor made.

Photos : Jeremy Wilson 
Interior designer: Leslie Gauthier
Texts : Inspired by original French text in Decoration Chalet