This French country living room features a gray built-in bookshelf and natural wood plank ceiling with metallic track lighting. Christmas decor, like a pine wreath and garland, adds a festive touch, while a small dining table with a red tablecloth and striped metallic candles finishes off the look of the space.
This subtly-hued French country living room features an 18th century limestone fireplace flanked by mirrored wall panels. Light blue floral pillows decorate the two soft peach colored tufted sofas, while a mirrored coffee table and French crystal chandelier sit center stage.
As seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, host Joanna Gaines created a personalized piece of art for this living room using a metal letter “g” framed with an old screen door. A slipcovered white chair and country blue window treatments enhance the room’s French Country style.
Inspired by the late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and the Rive Gauche collection that he launched in 1966, interior designer Phillip Silver selected bold colors, glamorous accents and well-tailored pieces for the living room of the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. A Portuguese chandelier crowns the room, which is filled with French-style furnishings from Silver's own line.
The French Country-style family room features windows or French doors on three sides of the space that open up to the wraparound garden and ocean view. The garden is filled with edible plants and show flowers, including cutting beds and climbing roses, citrus trees and lavender bushes, grape vineyards and raised vegetable beds.
Arched French doors and windows bring in tons of natural light, as well as provides beautiful views of the California coast. Traditional furniture in floral upholstery pairs with a classic area rug and hardwood floors to create a comfortable living space.
After the renovations, the living room features a completely renovated French Country style with a newly designed fireplace, heart pine reclaimed ceiling beams, updated blinds, and drapes along with all new furnishings. The ceiling beams were reclaimed from a mill in Northern Alabama, close to where the homeowners used to live in Huntsville, Alabama.
In this sitting area, a mix of patterns in neutral colors give dimension and interest to the space without being overwhelming. A simple iron and glass coffee table provides a blank canvas for the books and accessories on top.
This Atlanta, Georgia, home's family room opens to a bright, sunny kitchen, where family members can pull up a bar stool. The room features a pair of sofas and armchairs for more comfortable gathering.
Eclectic furniture and detailed molding on the ceiling make this apartment distinctly Parisian. A lighted mirror, herringbone wood floor and a distinctive chandelier make this room truly one-of-a-kind as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.
This French country estate's outdoor living room offers the same comforts as an indoor one. A flat-screen TV hangs over the fireplace, while comfortable seating offers plenty of room for family and friends.
This Louis XVI game table saddles up to elegantly draped windows in a French country living room. An upholstered chair creates the perfect conversation area in the corner, while distressed paneling adds to timeworn charm of the space.
This French country living room with retractable doors extend the space to the outdoors. The wood beam vaulted ceilings keep the space open and feature a traditional tiered chandelier. A mix of patterns, colors, and a variety of art pieces give an elective vibe.