In a perfectly poetic display of family- living, we revisit artist Céline Sathal and her boys in the south of France. Built in 1870 and tucked in the village of Grenade, near Toulouse, her house is a former notary office in the center of town. It's big in scale with three floors of used space and a dramatic central staircase. We can't get enough of her sense of restraint, the plant and handmade textile stylings, all the lovely rattan, and her distinct pale palette. Céline loves this house because "she is built in a corner and we have the sun all day from the East to the West!"