A French style living room relies heavily on beautiful, top quality fabrics.
Or you can have a unique living room interior design with a combination of features; white walls with varnished wooden floors, white sofas and pale blue or green armchairs with yellow cushions, paintings or plants, with bookcases.
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.
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 don’t need to fill every inch of wall space with art, but adding art to your living room walls is very important.
A small living room is a particular challenge. Without a lot of space to work with, you have to plan very carefully. Every element should be about making the most out of the room you have to work with, while still having a pleasant and functional living room.
The purple couch will radiate cozy and welcoming ambience in your purple room decor. You can add some accessories in different purple shades that will match with the sofa.
The French Country style uses colors from the wheel’s full spectrum. These are: ‐Soft golds and sunny yellows ‐Burnt rust, chocolate browns, and fiery reds ‐Grass greens and hunter greens ‐Soft nautical blues and cobalt blues
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