French designers agree that it is important to work with natural materials. This makes their seemingly simple work memorable, as there is enough texture all around to complement the lack of bold colors.
Deviating from the idea of having a separate dining room, French designers insist on placing a dining table in the living room. This table should be massive and attractive, always with a low-sheen or a dull waxed finish.
Use the purple and violet shades in the bedroom, or living room for relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.
Emphasizing height will make your small living room seem bigger. Wall space that is just below the ceiling is still a good place for decorative attention, even though it is unconventional. Mount your window treatments up that high to make any window in the small living room look grand.
There are many shades of this color, that can satisfy everyone’s taste and style, starting from violet, plum, lavender, orchid, wine, lilac, iris and many more.
You won’t see large drapes and heavy fabrics in any French living room, despite of the obviously traditional setting.
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.
The family room is the heart of the home. It’s where family and friends gather to talk, relax and enjoy each other’s company. Having a comfortable family room can turn the average home into a special place where
Another interesting idea for a feature wall is to cover it with an interesting fabric combined with a decal or a painted design.
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