By Selma Holmberg. Traditional. Published at Saturday, January 19th, 2019 - 15:05:15 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.
As for prints, the most traditional French motifs are lavender, sunflowers, olives, roosters, and beetles.
The intervals in their arrangement are regular, but the scale varies depending on the size of the fabric. Typically, they appear on textile products such as curtain panels, linens, and table cloths.
What is even more charming, doorways are most of the time decorated with low-maintenance vines.
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