Chapelle Saint-Pierre in Villefranche-sur-Mer, France, dates back to the 15th century. By the 19th century, it was used to store fishing nets. Jean Cocteau cut a deal with the fishermen in 1957 and restored the chapel in his own unique fashion. This link leads to a blog written in French, but the pictures are by far the best I could find. If we ever renew our vows, I want to do it here! .....rh
à partir de Des idées de l'intérieur, du jardin, de l'ameublement et de la décoration.
Filet de pêche pour une décoration marine impeccable!
Part of the decor in kenadee's big girl under the see room! I spray painted a fishing net and hot glued shells on it! We use it to hang pictures and crafts using painted clothes pins!! She LOVES it!!!!
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