Another very common feature of French decor is flowers. You will find them all around, carefully displayed in glass vases, old cooper pots, or baskets. In such way, French people attempt to bring nature inside their homes.
The windows are by default tall and narrow, and benefit of cute reading arrangements. Instead of heavy drapes, there are shutters you’ll only see closed during summer.
The most important thing you can do in your living room is getting accurate measurements. You should memorize them, even, or at least note them down on your phone or in a small notebook so that you can have them on hand when making purchasing decisions.
Some of you may even take advantage of darker hues of colors like red or purple to give the room plenty of depth whilst using bright colored sofas and armchairs to brighten the room up for entertaining your family.
Because of this, most often an open floor plan is most recommended for a small family.
You can use it for the pillows, for the curtains, for the rugs…it is your choice.
In fact, any rustic and homely setting can remind of the French countryside, as long as we know which elements can invoke it.
You still need to give it some thought, however. You need to have at least a bit of each of the three types of lighting: ambient, task, and accent.
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