It has century-old architecture, an expansive garden, serenading cicadas, cut crystal chandeliers and 365 days of sunshine, so who cares if it only exists on your hard drive?
Welcome to my House in Provence, inspired from an actual location–not quite in Provence but not too far either.
The scene is available on Turbosquid for 3ds Max 2018 and higher and V-Ray 5 for GPU (it may work in other V-Ray versions but the materials may need some tweaking). Note that the scene needs both ItooSoft Forest Pack Pro and RailClone pro for full compatibility.
In addition to the building and landscape, the scene comes with a ton of assets, including custom-made trees and plants, modern and vintage garden furniture, classic terracotta and glazed planters, two fully set breakfast tables complete with scanned bread, croissants, fruit, and of course these fine cut crystal chandeliers.
The scene and the assets are modeled to scale (cm), so should be easy to integrate with your own library. Illumination is provided by a standard sun light (each camera is matched to its own sun) but I recommend using it with a Peter Guthrie sky if you can for a more realistic look.
The scene includes tonemapping layers for the new V-Ray VFB, with curves, exposure, temperature and hue corrections for a photographic look.
More high-res renders here and more details in the walkthrough video below.