What is really noticeable in French country decor is the overall appearance of catchy architectural features. You can see them on plaster walls, distressed ceiling beams, stone floors, or many unusual places.
This makes French country style cost-effective, as you can get the job done with used and distressed furniture, or unique metal accents that support the recognizable shabby chic spirit. And while wood dominates French-inspired living rooms, the choice of materials goes way beyond it.
If you are in love with the purple color, you can use many shades of the same in the living room, and still create an elegant ambient. Use one shade for the sofa, other for the rug, third for the walls, but be careful to not create a mess.
This will allow you to create a functional space and build up storage if you need it, even though this is a tiny living room.
Mainly the purple is considered as a female color, but with the right combination of other shades and colors, it can create an extremely manly atmosphere.
The living room is an important part of every home, and it should be treated as such. When you are working on the design of a living room, you want to make sure that you have all of the inspiration that you need.
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.
Save your time and money by using as little elements as possible as this also adds an open and spacious feeling.
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