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La Petite Maison may mean “the Little House”, but this gorgeous, two-bedroom Victorian home has the hugest heart.
Simple and clean on the outside with bursts of fuchsia bougainvillea and Cape gable detail, from the moment you set foot through the front-door, you’re bowled over by the bold patterns, colours and textures that bring the space to life. Woven rugs, ceramics and contemporary furniture, many of which have been lovingly crafted by iconic South African designers, tie the interiors together, creating a home that is both fresh and fun.
There is a huge focus on the natural world with the influences of shells, minerals, plants and animals evident throughout, particularly in the various custom-designed mirrors that adorn the walls, chosen by Paris-based owner Thomas Boog and his wife Elizabeth Leriche.
The Moroccan tiles are offset by the painted white vintage wooden floors, with shades of blue and green bringing a true sense of calm. The skylight windows make it possible for the sunlight to pour through, lighting up the spaces and bringing a distinct feeling of warmth. Despite this being an undeniably stylish home, it’s in no way precious. Instead, it’s functional and practical, providing the perfect city pad for all who are lucky enough to stay.
Centrally located in Tamboerskloof, it’s a short stroll from trendy Kloof Street and its array of vibrant boutiques, cafés and restaurants. You’ll also be a stone’s throw from the popular V&A Waterfront, Biscuit Mill and the city’s beautiful beaches – all you have to do is jump into an Uber.
Le Petite Maison sees old world charm colliding with the contemporary to deliver a home that will leave its mark on both your memory and heart.
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