Painted Blue French Provence Furniture

Louis XV Hand Painted Fruitwood Armchair early 1900’s Petite Louis XV style hand painted armchair, newly reupholstered in a linen blend. Beautiful hand carved details over entire frame. Beautiful original paint ivory and blue From Jean-Marc Fray French Antiques

Blue can be one of the most calming colors to pick to paint your furniture.  A great bonus of picking blue is it works with raw distressed pickled woods, as well as silver very well.  Consider the galvanized buckets that you can paint for your outside garden.  The colors work seamlessly together.

This door is painted in a classic blue giving this home a very distinct French appearance.

Look how lovely this kitchen looks painted in a blue.  The painted appearance looks as though it has been distressed and glazed with brown to give it an antique look.

This vintage French Provincial dresser has been painted in a Robyn’s egg blue and brushed with gold.

This French Provincial Dresser was given a more modern look simply by choosing a brighter color blue.

Look how wonderful a muted blue can appear on a piece of furniture.  This chair automatically looks antique with this shade of blue.

Here we have a fantastic French Provincial buffet painted in blue, and antiqued with crackling paint.

This piece shows you how great blue can look with white detailing.

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