French country living rooms are very inspiring, which means you won’t find it difficult to recreate the look. You can use items such as colorful tiles and ceramic, pottery, wire baskets, pieces of carved wood, plants, and beautiful paintings on the wall. The arrangement is up to you!
A lot of people have a problem selecting a paint color, though. It’s important to not pick paint first. Instead, select the most important and expensive pieces of furniture and/or decor in your living room first, then pick out your paint color.
An idea is to use light purple color for the walls, creating a bright and fresh space.
Cooler shades, like green, blue, gray, and beige, work well and are complements to most color schemes. You should match your wall colors with your upholstery and accessories to make everything fit together and give it a clean appearance.
The living room is a place where the family gathers to enjoy life, a place where friends are entertained.
As for the furnishing, think simple and graceful. Nothing is to be overdone and imposing, but everything should be carved or painted.
You can choose a simpler style for your room, maybe even something like country. Pack everything up and put it in a sideboard that will be strategically decorated and put into an alcove. There are no mistakes when choosing minimalism ‐ combined with simple and comfortable furniture, a little decorating...
The French are all about letting sun and nature inside, and thus decorate windows with light lacy panels. Quite often, they spice up with garden benches made of wrought iron, and they welcome all plants around....
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