French Decorating Techniques To Elevate Your Aesthetic In 2020

French Decorating Techniques To Elevate Your Aesthetic In 2020

The original appeal of France and Paris comes from its architecture. Elegant Haussmannian buildings and breathtaking centuries-old monuments will impress anyone. We prepared a few different french interiors and gathered everything you need to re-create the look at your home. Discover how to bring a beautiful atmosphere and finesse to your home. Haussmann's modern apartment buildings have uniform exteriors, culminating in cohesive blocks. He got rid of narrow, mismatched flats and developed a new kind of living space.



Traditional furniture

When we think of french interiors, we picture original crown molding, herringbone flooring, and stone fireplaces. To recreate the traditional charm, choose the classic style for your furniture. Traditional furniture is timeless. We have a vast selection of a high-quality collection of Victorian furniture.

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Modern pieces

Modern furniture is a sublime addition to the traditional features of french interiors. You don't need to sacrifice comfort for style, furniture that we offer is not only beautiful but also comfortable.

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Choose light hues

If you want to create a timeless interior that will look exquisite, pick white and cream furniture. Soft ivory and cream tones with occasional pops of mellowed yellows always look elegant. It's sharp and bright.

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Courbe Sofa
Courbe Sofa
Swirl Chair
Swirl Chair
Caracole The Ribbon Sofa
Caracole The Ribbon Sofa
Caracole French Connection Chest
Caracole French Connection Chest
Caracole Regal Dining Chair
Caracole Regal Dining Chair
Caracole Oui-Oui Sofa
Caracole Oui-Oui Sofa

Image source: Ambroise Tezenas / Courtesy of Four Seasons
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