This well-appointed French country bedroom features a comfortable four poster bed, sitting area by the window, gorgeous chandelier and built-in bookshelf. Every corner of the room is decorated for a visually appealing look.
In recognition of the importance of the connection between home and garden, the picture window was removed and replaced with French doors that open up the view to the water garden and lush tropical plantings.
An exposed brick wall, wooden beams on a pitched ceiling and weathered French doors all add rustic character to this master bedroom. Windows follow the shape of the wall, drawing attention to the room's height.
The backyard of this Beverly Hills estate comes complete with a swimming pool and marble hot tub. The exterior of the home features multiple sets of French doors and large windows which bring in an abundance of natural light to the indoors.
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.
Floor-to-ceiling windows look over the backyard, allowing the owners to soak up views of blue skies and calm water even from inside. And when they're ready to head out? French doors create an easy transition onto the deck.
Vintage pendants illuminate the kitchen table made from an antique metal base and salvaged wood. Double French doors lead out to the backyard. The doors are encased in thick, dark-stained molding, coordinating with the substantial window and door casings throughout the space.
Rustic eat-in kitchen with french doors that add more than light. If you are looking for a special feature to add to your home, consider replacing a door or several windows with French doors. Not only will they let in more light, but the open feel they provide makes the whole space feel larger.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed the living room in the Gulley home. One large window was replaced with a set of French doors. The multiple support beams were removed and replaced with one large wooden beam between the living room and kitchen.
In the upstairs guest bedroom, a mint green accent wall ties this room's design into the rest of the home. A large double window lets in plenty of natural light and is reflected off the white walls and ceiling and the mirrors hanging above each twin bed. A point of interest in this room is the white French doors that open into the upstairs living area, creating a sense of connectedness between the two spaces.
In the dining room, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, brought in a new, modern chandelier, dining table and chairs. To update the space, they replaced the old wallpaper with beige paint, creating continuity between this space and the rest of the house. Above the buffet, an old window frame has had its panes replaced with mirrors to add light and color in the space, while silver candlesticks and green topiaries add a French Country touch.
Arches and vaulted ceilings make this French country powder room feel larger and more open. The custom vanity and marble countertop in the space add warmth, while textured wainscoting adds texture. Designers tucked the toilet behind a small wall, giving the area a bit of privacy.
Upholstered barstools sit on one end of the long, irregularly shaped island for casual dining in the kitchen. The core of the kitchen is a highly functional "U" with easy access from the kitchen sink to the commercial-quality range and a pair of wall ovens. Exposed wood beams bring a rustic quality to the space, while dark brown cabinets lend to the classic feel.