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Sublime French Ski Chalet Wows With Cozy Blues and Greys

This chalet, built on the slopes of Serre Chevalier, a popular ski resort in southeastern France, may be the chic-est one we've seen yet. Recently spotlighted over on Marie Claire Maison, the cozy-cool abode designed by interior designer Angélique Buisson comes almost entirely in shades of blue and grey, usually chilly hues that, in this case, are gorgeously softened by the home's timber structure and decor (like a giant oak-top dining table and wooden wall sculpture by Thierry Martenon), plus a whole lot of woolen touches.

Note, for example, a sky blue wool-covered 637 Utrecht armchair, Gerrit Rietveld's iconic design for Cassina, in the living room, grey wool curtains in the dining area, and a grey textured headboard in a bedroom, crafted by a wool mill in the French Alps.

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