Sage green molding, cabinetry and exposed beams fill this space with serene color. Arched doorways and alcoves create a cottage-style feel. A floral sofa and chair create a cozy seating area with plenty of natural light streaming in from the glass French doors.
French-Country-Inspired Dining Room With Blue Accents
Blue upholstery, accents and artwork give this neutral dining room a French-country sensibility. The space's color scheme complements the adjacent living room, which also prominently features blue throughout.
Combining Styles: French-Inspired Home With Contemporary Patio Furniture
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.
When this patio garden was conceived, the landscape architect was remembering a year in Provence. The French country garden boasts concrete pavers, a trellis covered in cup-and-saucer vines, purple leaf plum trees and flowering ground cover.
French Country Kitchen and Dining Area With Stone Wall
A gray stone wall stands out against the kitchen's beige and red toile wallpaper to create a quaint dining space. The elaborate range area with furniture-style ivory cabinets transitions into a more simple dining area with a small table and petite chandelier.
Luxurious Spa Bathroom Oozes French Country Elegance
This luxurious master bathroom features Turkish marble and furniture-style cabinets that are a replication of French country cabinetry prevalent in the south of France during the 18th century. A large bathtub completes the design, providing the ultimate spot for relaxation.
Stone archways frame views of the pool and cabana beyond, as well as invite cool breezes to filter inside this loggia. Meanwhile, a white table and chairs both visually lighten the room and allow for entertaining guests.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines removed the wall between the homeowners' dining room and kitchen and installed a natural wood support beam in its place. The dining room is illuminated with a metal chandelier and staged with bright, comfortable chairs and a dining table set with blue plates and French Country accessories and greenery. The new French doors open to the backyard and offer additional natural light.
This is the Hartrampfs garden in Georgia with a nice green lawn, blooming cherry trees and purple hyacinths. The cherry trees become the focal point of the landscape and accent the stone house with their slight coloration. A small patio area has a table and several chairs.
The old cliche "pretty as a picture" cannot begin to describe this gorgeous home in California with landscaping designed by Mark Scott and Associates. Though the look and feel of the exterior appear rustic and unmanicured, the designers set greenery meticulously to a render a pastoral charm and old-world sensibility. Everything about this home is relaxed, warm, elegant and utterly inviting.
The landscaping around this historic farmhouse was unsophisticated and dated, so the owners asked Wallace Landscape Associates to make some much-needed changes. Drawing on the family's European travels, the WLA team infused the lot with enchanting Old World touches, like this iron gate that leads to the backyard.
French-Country-Inspired Dining Room in Open Living Space
An open living space includes room for this French-country-inspired dining room. The long dining table is topped by blue-and-white vases that complement the fabrics and accents in the adjacent living room.