The French are all about letting sun and nature inside, and thus decorate windows with light lacy panels. Quite often, they spice up with garden benches made of wrought iron, and they welcome all plants around.
This craft is part of their tradition, and they resisted the fine china influence to keep it alive. The themes of their tableware are olives, flowers, or roosters, and they like having iron candle holders around to support the rustic vibes.
In order to make this work, keep the color palette consistent and similar. This should carry through with the decorative touches, like your entry rug and your living area rug, or your seat cushions and your sofa.
As for prints, the most traditional French motifs are lavender, sunflowers, olives, roosters, and beetles.
They affect our moods subconsciously, and because of that when arranging the living space, you should take into account what type of feelings you want to generate by using them.
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