Getting too bourgeois

“We don’t want to be fixed in something that doesn’t move. In French we call it getting too bourgeois.”

--Alice Lemoine, whose chic and relatively minimal family home was featured in the October 2019 issue of Architectural Digest (which is lately my favorite magazine into which I escape from my very bourgeois life)

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