Interiors done in French country style always compliment the house. They look beautiful, relaxed, luxury, charming, elegant, and rustic. Some time ago this style was one of the most popular styles in the world and still is very popular. French country's color palette includes the greens, yellows, golds and reds of a garden. Fabric patterns generally feature white or beige backgrounds decorated by repeating images, like a motif of two people sitting under a tree or a country church.
When I think French Country I usually picture soft neutral colours, very light and gentle. Expensive soft linen, large pillows, wood surfaces and a traditional wooden dinning table, blue and white porcelain in the kitchen. Wrought Iron furniture life headboards and frames are always quite influential in this style and were extremely popular since 16th century.
What about mixing French Country with other styles? I have noticed that French country looks especially good and cosy with Scandinavian style.
As seen in Marie Clare See the difference?
What about mixing French Country with other styles? Please remember that not all styles can match!
French Country is perfect with Shabby Chic and Mid-Century Modern. You can also add mix French Country with modern. Either adding an modern twist to an existing French country decor and interior or adding French country feel to a modern space. Like so:
If you just trying to add French country feel to your modern or maybe just simple space I suggest do it this:
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