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Chapelle St Quenin, Vaison-la-Romaine

You can’t miss this beautiful construction, as it’s imposing romanesque architecture grace the town’s entrance. The Chapel was built in the XIIIe century, the nave and facade were restored in the XVIIe century, but the ...

Vaison-la-Romaine’s Ville Haute

We usually visit the medieval town with friends, letting them do the photos… This time, with a delightful evening light, I set up on a photo hunt through the stony streets of the medieval Ville Haute.. Coming from the “new” ...

Vaison-la-Romaine’s cathedral and cloister

While Vaison-la-Romaine is best known for it’s extensive Romain sites, it also boasts some lovely medieval architecture. If like me, you are an old stone amateur, you should find happiness without having to go very far! Some views of the ...

Our local heroes in Peloton Magazine, the full story…

As mentioned in a previous post, one of the many ways Christophe has been up the Ventoux, is with a city bike. This time he was accompanied by Nick, his ever faithful friend-in-mischief. The challenge was to leave Marseille’s “Vieux ...

Feels like spring!

Mei Line news

Playing around the house to shoot the latest products straight out of the studio..

Season’s Greetings

A warm greeting from Provence, may this new year bring you love, joy and good times with your loved ones!  

Mei Line: fabric dying in the studio

Busy Xmas season with the production in full blast, experimenting colours and processing and marvelling with every piece of fabric coming out of the dying baths 🙂 Indigo Shiboris … and block prints on Indigo Preparing the fabric before ...

Mei Line

Little sister of the wonderful adventure in Santiago, Mei Line Provence will soon offer a selection body and home dressing. Vintage linen and cotton fabric is sourced locally and dyed with vegetal pigments using traditional methods which produce ...

Going green in the studio

Processing the lavender field’s production, but also the kitchen garden’s aromatic / medicinal herb production Before: After:    

Summer lifestyle @ La Baye des Anges

Very often, it starts with a Petanque. All are welcome, and our Japanese friends are most excited to learn a new game Pind pong under the wisteria is another big draw But of course, it all ends around the pool.. This was a lucky evening: chef ...

Photoshooting Au Fil de Birmanie @ La Baye des Anges

My friend Mae imports scarfs, fabric and all sorts of decorating ideas from Burma, you can find all those treasures here (website in construction):www.aufildebirmanie.com We did a photoshoot and found that Provence was a nice background to Burma ...

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