The common themes are bucolic country life scenes, 18th century court settings, farm animals, or Chinese patterns. The prints are usually applied on cotton or linen.
Because of this, most often an open floor plan is most recommended for a small family.
Lighter colors open up a room, while darker ones will make it feel like a cramped cave. Your paint color can make a big difference in your living room. Stick with only two or three complementary shades for the best result.
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.
Add a console table or low dresser against the back of your sofa for extra table surface that can be used for lighting, decor, or a place to put drinks or food.
You can also enhance the dramatic effect of the accent wall by adding a hanging collection which will save you some storage space while having visual appeal; shadow boxes and self-stick hooks can be used to display anything you’d like.
Thinking of the French countryside, we can’t help missing its endless lavender fields washed in the sunshine.
The velvet purple sofa, combined with wooden chairs and contemporary fireplace will make a very cute and cozy place from your living room.
There are so many decisions for you to make, but when you pick the pieces and themes that you love, you are going to adore the room that you come up with. Just always remember to go with your heart and only chose things that you absolutely love.
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