As for prints, the most traditional French motifs are lavender, sunflowers, olives, roosters, and beetles.
Th furniture with purple color is very modern, with sleek shapes and materials it can reflect light and modern atmosphere.
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.
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.
Embrace the innate coziness of a small living room. Seat multiple people on smalls eats packed closely together rather than on a sectional sofa. A loveseat and two chairs give more seats than a three-seater sofa, as it turns out.
When you design a living room, you want to have inspiration for that design. Looking through this showcase of photos, you will find inspiration for the rectangular shaped living room.
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.
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.
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