The flooring rules are simple – brick, stone, or clay. Here and there, you may also see charming wooden boards on the floor.
It’s also the entertainment hub of the house, with a DVD player and TV, a CD player with your collection of CDs. This makes the living room a place of high activity in your home.
Living rooms often serve multiple purposes, working as entryways, home offices, and dining spaces. You need to find a way to smoothly integrate these functions together, which is even harder for a small living room.
Note that the very favorites of every French living room are lavender and geranium. Summing up, there is almost no chance to see a French country table that is not adorned by colorful pottery.
It’s amazing what just one big mirror can do. Hanging a mirror at eye level will not only make your room feel more spacious, but it will also brighten up the whole space.
This could be a large wall hanging or an intriguing wall sculpture. If placed just right, this focal point will open up the room. If instead, you scatter too many pieces around, it can and probably will make the room feel cluttered.
If you want to achieve even more modern design, we suggest the sofa to be with a rounded shape. This combination will definitely create a very unique living room design.
Another thing to be seen in every French country living room is contrast, especially in reference to textures. For instance, you will see rough and dark wooden beams opposing a pale ceiling, or a truly Provincial fabric full of colors placed on a neutral seating arrangement.
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