French have own style, there is no doubt about it. It is reflected in the fashion, art and interior design as well. While Paris is still the mecca for cool design, French countryside prefers cozy, elegant design to bring escape from today’s hectic lifestyles. A comfort is combined with French chic style and these atmospheric living room ideas will take you to calm oasis of the French countryside.
White color, plants, old fashionable furniture, wood and lot of decorations. These are main features of this lovely interior design.
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The rustic design of this interior with industrial decor proves that French countryside design can be used without all those feminine floral elements as well. Interesting wooden ceiling and different types of lamps used here look spectacular.
Country living room features an earth tone color palette boasting a natural linen slipcovered sofa draped in a gray buffalo check throw facing a pair of brown velvet tufted chairs across from a brickmaker’s coffee table atop a brown and blue oushak rug layered over a bound sisal rug.
Can you spot the fretwork in this room? The pattern can be more subtle and still have a great impact on the overall style of the space.
This design use lot of decorations and details but there is also something for fans of minimalism. This clean farmhouse in a Westmoor, with wooden beams and white roof, is the perfect example of it.
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Pastorius wall lamp has an industrial chic style and features swing arms built of brass can be adjusted into different positions. The handle made of steel with a matte finishing gives the possibility to adjust the lamp shade upwards or downwards which makes it unique not only for vintage design but flexibility as well.
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Written by Barbora Gajdošová