By Alicia Wallin. Traditional. Published at Saturday, January 26th, 2019 - 20:28:02 PM.
To have an idea of how this works, think of a rough stained/painted plaster wall with a hefty beam ceiling, both in a room where most of the furniture is amazingly and carved in detail. The floors are most of the time made of stone, and neatly covered with cotton and wool rugs.
Deviating from the idea of having a separate dining room, French designers insist on placing a dining table in the living room. This table should be massive and attractive, always with a low-sheen or a dull waxed finish.
You won’t see large drapes and heavy fabrics in any French living room, despite of the obviously traditional setting.
There is no limitation to as which fabrics you can use, but we do recommend toile as the most traditional French fabric. Besides, toile works just perfectly with plaids, solids, or even stripes.
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