Castle design

Castle design

Buildings built from the 17th to the 19th century on some six hectares in the Burgundy countryside ... Here is the Château de la Resle, renovated by lovers of beautiful architecture and design and collectors of contemporary art, Johan Bouman and Pieter Franssens. So passionate about design that they also decided to launch their own label "Château de la Resle" and become a publishing house. Let's visit this castle transformed into a dream guest house.

The Château de la Resle, the entrance

Château de la Resle But when you push the doors, you find yourself in a completely different atmosphere, still as elegant certainly but illuminated with works of contemporary art and designer furniture.

Living room side

Château de la Resle An eggplant painting enhances the color of the wood.

Kitchen side

Château de la Resle The kitchen, with its elements which interlock with elegance and ingenuity, is airy and graphic. It was designed by the Dutch designer Roderick Vos.

The Fontenay suite

Château de la Resle The Fontenay suite is located in the castle farm renovated in 2013. Exposed beams and spiral staircase for a loft atmosphere.

Upstairs designer bathroom

Château de la Resle On the first floor of the suite, there is the bathroom. Open, with bath and rain shower - designed by Patricia Urquiola for the Italian brand Agape.

The Chablis room

Château de la Resle From the wing of the castle where it is located, the Chablis room offers a beautiful view of the Montigny la Resle valley.

Old marble and clean design

Château de la Resle Over the fireplace in beautiful imposing marble, sit beautiful objects with a refined design. Perfect marriage.

The Walnut Suite

Château de la Resle Named after a pretty fortified village near the castle, Noyers-sur-Serein, the Noyers suite dates from the 17th century.

TV room between past and modernity

Château de la Resle Dresser in elegant wood and marble combined with contemporary works in the TV room. The Château de la Resle, from 225 euros per night