You can certainly make the room more alive with purple living room furniture. The grey walls accented with strips of purple balance the entire look.
As for prints, the most traditional French motifs are lavender, sunflowers, olives, roosters, and beetles.
The final step is to use the appropriate lightning, that will act as a “cherry to the cream”. Choose lightning that matches the colors that you previously choose for your living room design.
This type of home doesn’t go good with people who want to live peacefully and value their privacy. Open floor plans are known to suit singles or couples, as they can enjoy in the space without having any kinds of privacy issues.
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.
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.
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.
Be realistic and honest about the space you have and what furniture will fit into it. A 52-inch plasma TV might be an awesome addition to your home, but it is not likely to work for a small living room.
You can have a completely white living room with white sofas, coffee table and rug with black shelves containing books or knick-knacks.
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