Sunday, February 12, 2012

Kit Golson's Design Tour de France

One of the many super-cool people I've met in the blogosphere is Kit Golson, a California-based interior designer who's crazy passionate about Provence.  Kit just rang up to tell me that she still has a few spots left on her upcoming Design Tour of Provence,  May 11 to 18, 2012.  Mid May is a glorious time to be in Provence and if I wasn't already living here, I'd sign up for sure. But I'm totally planning to schlep along one day if the gorgeous-and-talented Kit lets me.

The week-long tour includes plenty of antiquing, visits to design ateliers and fabric shops, an optional cooking class in a 13th-century chateau, a 12-mile electric bike ride through the vineyards, optional yoga and massage, work with a digital photography coach, market visits, plenty of shopping and sightseeing, fabulous meals with local wines and accommodations in a gorgeous villa in L'Isle sur la Sorgue, a major European antiques center.  I mean, come on...is there anything in that list we don't love? 

You can find all the info on Kit's blog here. Or, feel free to email or call her: kit@kitgolson.com or US phone 650-302-6883. Hope to see you in Provence in May!

Photos from top: On Kit's trip, you'll...stay here; have breakfast here; shop here; perhaps sleep here (sleeping man not included in rate); want to buy some of this; eat lots of this; and see lots and lots of these.

5 comments:

  1. This is fabulous!!! If I wasn't committed already for things for my business I would definitely go!!!!Kit knows FUN!

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  2. Sounds fantastic. I'd love to do this but I don't think I can. Thanks for the link though.

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  3. Hi Julie!! :) thanks so much for featuring our design tour!!! and the best part.. meeting up with YOU!

    bisous

    Kit

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  4. Sounds fabulous, Julie. I don't imagine your house or my apartment will be featured in the design tour!

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