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.
French touches give this traditional California dining room an air of casual elegance. Antique Neoclassical chairs are upholstered in utilitarian leather, which strikes a nice contrast with the toile panels in the living room's settee.
A private patio can extend the square footage of a bedroom. A wall of windows and French doors create plenty of natural light, and a private outdoor oasis is the perfect place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee.
This neutral family room features decorative green crown moldings, as well as a sage green sofa and three upholstered armchairs in neutral patterns. A set of French doors allows access to the outdoor patio area, while also providing the space with natural light.
Panels from an 18th century French screen hang on the wall as a focal point in this beautiful, neutral traditional dining room. A long neutral curtain with a leaf border design hangs in front of glass French doors allowing outdoor access. Natural light from the doors and above windows illuminate the soft details of the room and dark wooden dining table.
A weathered white console table with cabriole legs sets the tone in the entry of this casual California living room. A glass-topped coffee table helps keep the small space from feeling closed-in, and a painted blue side table adds a subtle French touch. A Roman shade in a soft, neutral toile dresses up the window.
A subtle print on the rug in this master bedroom and touch of color on the antique French armchair draw the eye in to this inviting master bedroom. A built-in armoire provides plenty of storage space to keep the room tidy.
This Bel-Air estate features a game room complete with pool table and bar. Three sets of french doors lead to a patio with outdoor seating and connect the outdoor and indoor living spaces. Coral-upholstered furniture and colorful artwork mixed with traditional elements give off an eclectic vibe.
These oak french doors open to an expansive back garden with magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean. The doors transition from the interior hardwood to a concrete stone patterned walkway leading into the backyard. Neutral velvet curtains frame the doorway for a polished, neutral look to the space.
This elegant kitchen, featuring cream cabinetry and light beige granite countertops, injects a touch French Country to its traditional design with its choice of accessories and embellishments. The fruit and vine carvings on the sides of the kitchen island and above the cooktop promote more lavish look, as do the cane back bar stools and decorative backsplash.