House Tour with Sharon and Paul Mrozinski


Recently I spent the weekend in Provence with my friends Sharon and Paul, who live in the small hill town of Bonnieux from October through April. (The rest of the year, they live and operate Marston House, which we featured this month in Our Finds.) We arrived just in time for dinner, and this is what we walked into…

I love how they warmed the plates in the fireplace!

Sharon and Paul picked up the best cheeses at the market … they go to a market almost every day, and know exactly who to go to for what!

That’s dinner roasting in the fireplace!

The next morning we went to the market town of Apt—it has one of the oldest and largest Saturday markets in the area. Afterwards, we checked out Sharon and Paul’s apartments which they rent out.

I would do anything to have this as my bedroom!

You can look at their apartments to rent on this link.

A road in Bonnieux … and below, some doors around town.

Looking out from their dining room … that’s a view to the protected Luberon mountains.

This is a bedroom in their studio apartment. So sweet and cozy.

Thank you Sharon and Paul for the most wonderful weekend.

Yolanda Edwards is the Executive Editor of Martha Stewart Living, and loves a road trip to anywhere. She is the author of Travels with Clara and a co-founder of Momfilter.

Comments (3)

  • Looks lovely! We enjoy stopping into the Marston House every time we visit my family in Wiscasset. The next time we travel to Provence, we’ll have to consider renting one of their places. Thanks for sharing!

  • Yolanda,
    Love the story about Sharon & Paul! We are huge fans and stayed at their place in Bonnieux last April.

    Also, Love following you on MS and Momfilter-fairy house story was awesome-we are from Maine so it brings us so much happiness to see stories about home!

    Check out my sister’s to see more shots from France and life in New England.


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