Designers were able to successfully mix styles by keeping with the home's exterior neutral color scheme across the outdoor furniture and accessories. The more contemporary patio furniture blends well with the French Provincial theme because it does not take a lead in the overall scheme; rather, the furniture's simple lines and structure blend with the evenness of the architecture. Landscaping by Mark Scott and Associates.
Easily create a French-inspired vibe with textiles, pillows and wicker decor. Use a tablecloth on your existing side table. Large Euro shams are perfect to use on Euro pillows, and can easily be switched out and washed.
New furniture and coffered ceilings transform this space into an elegant formal dining room whose design complements the French Country kitchen. The large window lets in plenty of light to illuminate the space and highlight the design, as seen on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
A beautiful wood ceiling and pastel green siding frame this country porch. Blue french doors and mounted yellow lights add accent colors to the neutral look. Hanging fans rotate air through the space to keep the wicker seating areas cool.
This rustic dining room features French country-inspired shelving for dishes and serving ware, plus a dining table and chairs. The opulent chandelier, wooden beams, and accessories bring the whole look together.
A blue and yellow color palette with antique furniture gives this traditional master bedroom a French country look as well. Modern white chandelier offsets the classic fixtures and is an unexpected touch.
This classic pink girl's bedroom is decorated with a traditional design fit for a princess, featuring antique furniture and a vintage chandelier. Several throw pillows adorn the British cane sleigh bed, adding a plush feel to the space.
Classic Mies van der Rhoe Barcelona chairs in white leather contrast with French modern loveseats in linen velvet, and hand-painted linen sheer draperies framing Natural Conrad shades. Hand-painted Nomi fabric on barrel chairs which flank fireplace coordinate with custom wool area rug.
When "floating" furniture in a living room – or positioning it away from the walls and centered around a focal point – use a measuring tape to ensure at least 36 inches of space is left between the central seating and any pieces placed along the perimeter. This will allow for ideal traffic flow throughout the room.
French doors open out onto the calm and unique look of this patio with outdoor seating. Dark brown outdoor furniture is topped with white cushions for a soft and inviting finish. A copper wall is a beautiful contrast to the neutral tones and matte finish of the striped floor and retaining wall.