Look at this paint combination. A solid black paired with raw wood. Black is enhanced by the moldings around this dresser. This piece was listed by Beverly Marcheso
French Handles listed by Laura Armata on Facebook
Beautiful French twin sized bed frame. Originating from France, purchased in southern CA from antique dealer who sells to Hollywood staging and public. – Jen Hooper
This piece was listed on facebook marketplace. What an exceptional. It reminds me of the Louis XVI styles. This vintage end table was listed by Karla Petermann
Lisa Morgan-Hoffman showcased this mirror that got a makeover using tufted fabric. What do you think? Would you consider a makeover like this?
Can you imagine stumbling across this incredible find? Just for 10 dollars! Someone hit the jackpot !
Vintage French Furniture – Arkan Mahmood
3 piece French Provincial Set – Melissa Cheney
A farmhouse styled French Provincial chair listed by Kristyn Wearly Puntenney
A lovely wall clock listed by Tammy Levine
Antique Furniture – Anthony Perea
French vanity featured on facebook by William Cline
French Provence Style-magazine.pierrefrey.com
New York interior designer Miles Redd says, “Life in the 21st Century means taking the best of history and making it work for you.” That is a good philosophy to adopt, whether your design preferences are for contemporary, island chic, British Colonial or French Provincial. Selecting the best of the design traditions and adapting them to your individual lifestyle is the very essence of the design ethic.
What a Feeling
“Most of all, country French is a feeling,” according to French Heritage. Speaking of furniture, the company, which was founded by French-born Jacques Wayser and his American wife, subscribes to the adage that there is no one “period” in history that encompasses French provincial. It is, rather, a way of life, and a philosophy that encompasses the past and adapts to modern needs, uses and sensibilities. In that sense, it is neither rigid, nor formal; it is, however, very personal and always changing to meet new needs and new circumstances.
That accounts for its undying popularity. French country design is seemingly always fresh, always appropriate, and always evolving.
Flexible and Inventive
Remaining true to the beloved French Provincial style ethic is simple when you first adopt the philosophy: Respect for the styles of the past and a willingness to revise, modernize and “make do” when necessary. The essence of court-originated style during the reigns of French monarchs was captured in informal style and inexpensive woods for the “common” folk in the provinces.
Well-made, sturdy furniture lasted for generations. However, years of use took their toll, and inventive families had to make repairs and replace parts, adapting to changing needs. In time, the painted finishes and well-used looks became well-loved as well.
Personal Choice Dictates
Today, the range of options in interior design is sometimes overwhelming. It can be daunting to face the myriad of decisions involved in completing an interior design scheme. The choice of country French as a decor, however, is a wise one, allowing a wide range of available choices with an emphasis on lasting comfort and individuality.
For all your choices, ranging from wall colors to floor coverings, from furniture to window coverings, and from accessories to art, you should realize that there are no hard and fast rules. If you prefer an uncluttered modern look, you can leave windows bare if there is no issue with privacy. On the other hand, wood blinds from TheShadeStore.com, in your choice of finishes, would give you room-darkening possibilities and be perfectly suited to a provincial scheme. You could soften the look with flowing draperies in a colorful toile print, or with gathered panels in a bright country check.
Animal-ish and Whimsy
Charles Faudree and Betty Lou Phillips are two of the most respected interior designers in the country; each has a personal style. They rely on a bit of “whimsy” to make a room come alive, utilizing color, layers of fabric, and a mix of textures and themes. Iconic French symbols appear as well: The fleur-de-lis, an occasional Napleonic bee, chickens, gold braid, and French words. According to their sites (CharlesFaudree.com, and BettyLouPhillips.com), advice given by each designer is the same: “Enjoy the style!”
Guest Post by Timothy Allen
With the pricy cost of books these days, often times, I like to try them out at my library before buying them. If they are great, I tend to write up a post, because an exceptional book needs to be known. This is a book worth buying! I tend to enjoy the books that reveal more of the historical properties, because they provide a unique and fresh approach to decorating. After looking at thousands of pictures for our many blogs, there are a few books in my library that I can look at over and over again, and they never become dull. This is one of those books. With close to 5 stars on Amazon, selling new for $32, and used from $8, this book can be a classic in your library.
There is a great beauty of discovering the old, the worn, something loved for years, and passed down through families. Caroline Clifton Mogg writes a number of chapters, on the elements which make a home.
Page 12- Color, Page 24 Materials, Page 36 Furniture, Page 48 Fabrics, Page 60 Accessories, Page 72 Kitchen and Eating Areas, Page 86 Living Rooms, Page 100 Bedrooms, Page 112 Bathrooms, Page 122 Hallways & Other Spaces, Page 130 Outdoor Rooms
In this book, 140 pages covers 307 color photographs that illustrate the beauty of the French countryside. City decorating is quite different from French country decorating for the most part. The country approch is rustic, rough in some situations, and a bit more relaxed.
One review left this comment:
“If you are afraid of color, this book is for you. Don’t let it convince you, though, that french country is not about bold colors- every other book I’ve seen says the opposite. That said, it is a beatiful book, with lots of rustic elements.”
If you are looking for the saturated colorful interiors like this, this or this, this book covers more of the muted styles. Intead of rich saturated colors, it works with colors that are muted. This book certainly presents an elegant approch to the French countryside home, rather than the folk country looks with rich vibrant colors. Certainly many of these looks that the author presents can be used in the city as well as the country.
Pictures from the book featured on Blogs
-Painted Furniture – Page 46
– Paris Apartment- Page 85,
-Zsa Zsa Bellagio Blog- Page 97
Here are a couple more pictures that I cannot locate in the book:
– Spectacular French Doors, here
-A Buttercup Yellow Wall Cabinet – here
Quotes From The Book:
“From gray also come mauve and lilac—either as bright as the color of violets or or closet to the quiet, almost musty tones that are quintessential French, and which look so winning when teamed with gray green, perhaps used on woodwork. A more sophisticated combination that is sometimes seen is a gray mauve offset by a dark, almost terra-cotta red—the red known as sang de boeuf makes a particularly effective contrast. Pinks and peaches are also to be found among the range of
French country colors, but they are not childlike nursery tones—there is nothing of a sugary or sweet nature about them. Like so many French country colors, the pinks and peaches appear
almost organic, seeming as though they might have emerged from the color of the original plaster than applied on top of it, and again, they often seem to include a hint of pale ancestry”
“A wide variety of woods is evident in rural interiors,but the woods used in different parts of France
were and are largely those from the trees growing in the surrounding countryside—fruit woods such as walnut and cherry, and traditional hardwoods such as oak and elm. Exotics such as mahogany or
maple will not be found in abundance here, for self-sufficiency is the name of the game”
By “Caroline Clifton-Mogg’s French Country Living is a delicious book to look at; the pages are filled with beautiful, airy rooms and the accompanying text does a good job of explaining how the effect is achieved–lots of grey in the colors, painted furniture, small-sized fabric prints, etc.
By Hollygolightly- “This is French country living in the Marie-Antoinette-at-Petit-Trianon style, not truly rural la France profonde, however. The exquisitely restored rooms are filled with priceless antiques, and a cursory glance over the photo credits suggests that the majority of houses shown are located in either Provence, or the richer departements near Paris (the most famous house in Yvelines is Versailles, if that gives you an idea of what’s in the neighborhood of some of the chateaux photographed). Having seen more than one room in a rural French house with vinyl wallpaper on the ceiling and door, I can only wish that all of French country life was this beautiful! ”
By John Matlock -“In this book, hundreds of color photographs by Christopher Drake, illustrate the essence of the French countryside. The book is in two parts, the first emphasizes the soft, non-contrasting colors and the natural materials and textures that are distinctly France. The second part of the book looks at the overall style. It looks at the French home, starting of course with the kitchen (this is after all France). Only then does it move on to the rest of the house, ending with the French garden. And this is France, so the garden also emphasises a place to eat and drink.”
By Julie BarrettZiegler- Fantastic photography, and a generous, diverse selection of beautiful interiors. From iconic over-the-top French decorating, to simple Provençal country style, this book celebrates the special environments for real living evoked by good French decorating style.
By D Thoden- I got this book as a Christmas present 3 yrs ago, and it is still one of the best decorating books I have ever owned. If you like whites, creams and soft, grayish colors, along with authentic chippy antiques shown in lovely old homes, you should love this book. It’s not LOOK AT ME decorating. It’s used, comfy, old furniture and fabrics, and it’s divine. This book ultimately changed the look of my home. The holidays were especially rough that year; I missed my Mother and was sick while at my in-laws over the holidays. This book got me thru it all!!! I just laid in bed and read it and looked at the photos over and over.
By Gerard Brady -Love this book. I have all kind of pages marked for ideas. Beautiful pictures, descriptions. The book is in great shape as advertised. It will become one of my “go to” books for decorating. Love it!
By Savannah, GA USA- By I love this book for ideas and inspiration. My favorite part of France is the Loire Valley and Sologne. The pictures in this book show that classic casual style. I also love Paris, but the Parisian style is more formal and ornate. I like the brick and terra cotta floors, the wood furniture, the lavender and sunflowers of the countryside. This will take you beyond chicken figurines and calico prints! Great read, great price. Great book for daydreaming! Enjoy!I have also bought Italian Country Living by the same author. Another wonderful book.
By T. Brashear “Dessa”- Sumptuous photos of sumptuous French provincial houses, with helpful guidelines about what characterizes French country decors (though I agree with one reviewer that not too many French country houses look like this). I particularly like the author’s emphasis on how livable the style is, and find this to be true too. Buyer beware however that French country may look a lot different in an American ranch house: a lot of the charm comes from plastered stone walls, old beams and well-worn tile floors.
By Stacey M Smith- Beautiful book. Inspiring photographs that capture French country style (obviously, note the title). My only complaint about Clifton-Mogg books is that the photos are recycled. I see the same photos is many other books. There are MANY wonderful estates, villas, and country properties out there – – – it would be nice to see more of them instead of these multi-used images. The “recycles photos” are no problem if you just have one of her books – – but if you buy many European decorating books, you may see repeat photos.
Striking distressed doors with a neutral background
One common paint technique we don’t see today is the bottom half of a wall painted in a different color. Perhaps this was done to clone the look of wood architectural wainscoting?
It certainly looks amazing, and a look that can add a bit of color into a room,without having to paint an entire wall.
Look how the pale pink on the walls picks up the beauty of the tile. Spectacular!
This is the other part of this amazing room
Belgian Pearls blog had an interesting post on Belgian architects François-Xavier Van Damme. The architecture of the French southwest region are a huge inspiration for his architects work. François-Xavier sent Greet, (author of Belgian Pearls blog) pictures of his own country house, which sits in the Flemish countryside.
Inside the home are carefully chosen reclaimed materials, designed around the French style. The door is left untouched, in it’s bare state, and reclaimed oak boards line the floor and give the room that rustic touch. A painted beamed ceiling gives the room detail and an old world effect. The white painted walls give the room a lot of bright light, while the raw wood seen in the furniture and on the floors add charm that we might see if we lived back in the 17th and 18th centuries. French 18th century furniture designs can be seen throughout the house. Take for example the study corner with beautiful cabinetry, as well as the bathroom cabinet which both have the classic door designs that we see in 18th century furniture from France. The gorgeous paneling is the perfect finishing touches for this French inspired home. Carefully planned furniture, a lack of clutter allows these outstanding architectural features to really shine in this home.
Aurélien Deleuze and his wife, Pascale, have ren0vated this sensational old world 1700′s chateau that was originally built by an minister who was knighted by Louis XIV. The home sits in the town of Pau, in south of France and has a distinct French country flavor which can be seen in the furniture and the architectural choices.
Whether you are re-decorating with French tastes in mind, or a life-long admirer of the Provence style, this house is certainly one to study.
The couple were not afraid of tackling such a magnificent structure, as they were lovers of architecture and interior design. Their restoration preserved all the beautiful details, and gorgeous antiques and decor were found at the local Parisian flea markets which added to the period touches of the home.
Inside, you will see captivating stucco ceilings, and painted plaster walls that are magnificently detailed. Consider getting the look of their living room by painting your walls a light blue and working with blue and beige furnishings. Demilune tables line the wall in a light painted ivory finish. Linen is casually draped over the sofas with matching throw pillows. The furniture makes this room comfortable, yet functional, and still holds to the aesthetic period style of the home.
In this post below we have collected the very best Linen furniture on Amazon with a French flare. Consider working with all-natural fabrics in your home to achieve that rustic old world charm.
A Swedish secretary in a light blue sits in the corner of the room, and a reclaimed wood coffee table float in between the sofas. Furntiure is distressed and worn showing years of love and use.
In this picture we zoom in on the country French chair with the velvet upholstery sitting along the wall in the Deleuze’s home. In the post we list a chair made from Currey & Company whom sells a terrific reproduction chair almost identical to Deleuze’s chair, listed at 2,138.00. If that is a bit pricey, consider shopping on ebay under “Country French Chair” and comparable chairs will surface for lower price points.
In the picture the chair seems to have a rich velvet cushion which highlights the blue tones in the antique painting on the wall. The bright blue also works nicely picking up the hue of the wall color and the painted secretary in the corner. This painted Louis XV chair has the same rich velvet blue tone seen in the cushions making this fabric a supreme choice for your furnishings. Velvet is usually rich in color and adds vibrant touch to a muted color palette.
The living room is based around blues, and the faux finishes found in their bedroom and bathroom give this home a historical presence. The home retains the original floors, and the over sized kitchen has an impressive fireplace from the 1600s that brings warmth to those cold windy nights. In the dining room, a rustic plank table serves as a long traditional table for friends and family to gather around for traditional French dining.
Here we see a new picture of the hallway from a different angle. Bright yellow has always been a staple color for country French decorating. Look how the trim is painted in a greenish gray tone. White is used on the shutters while the walls feature a deep hue of yellow. Linen drapes hang on the wall, where an antique bench sits with a white cushion.
Borrow some of these Provence elements of this home for yourself.
If you are looking for great set of candlesticks, check out Jack’s Candle Stands from IMAX.
The candlesticks are made of turned aluminum and finished in black sheen. The candlesticks have a wonderful footed design with incredible shape. The set of three feature graduating sizes, and would look terrific paired together for an impacting statement. The dimensions of the candlesticks are 14-20H x 4.75-5.25D and have been discounted to $96 dollars from $175.
Candlesticks sold in sets should always be positioned together for a dramatic statement. Place them on a bed stand ,console table or any where you need a punch of design. Add ornate candle sticks in your home to get that primitive feel amongst your modern conveniences.
Commode – Moissonnier Furniture
Other Provence Decor Considerations:
-Buy this set for only $90 Dollars! 3Pc finial set – stone grey & gold leaf
-Thus Foreside prosecco pitcher, certainly looks Provincial! By Foreside $34
-Make floral arrangements from this lovely set of three round bowl with Feet – Antique Silver Finish $30. Use it as a candy bowl or to dress up your bathroom. Store soaps or face cloths for guests.
-America Retold sells a set of 6 dish with cloche Set For $87
-America Retold sells this trophy centerpiece perfect for the center of the table.
– Decorate with this lovely planter which features and antique style garden chicken wire cloche for $32
-The Apollo pedestal is a great distressed stand perfect for an over-sized urn. Sit it in front of a mirror or a window or at the end of a hallway. This stand sells for $259
-This Lester Iron Glass Bar Cart is the perfect cart to display your dishware that is too nice to sit behind cabinet doors. Stack your white table ware and wine glasses on for the perfect display of all your silver and glass accessories.
-Buy this Copperplated Revere Bowl for a centerpiece for $53.00
-Currey and Company Provencial White 4 Light Chandelier sells for $985 Currey and Company has a number of alternatives in this same style.
-These dentiled Platinum Chargers have a period flare. This set of 4 sells for $23.60. It is easy to collect, when the price point is so affordable!
-This medium metal cloche makes a great decorating piece for a counter or bathroom bookshelf. It is for sale for $30
-This terrific console table has so much potential. It can be painted and distressed to match your interior. It features terrific detail and is one of the nicest demilunes on Amazon. Universal Lighting And Decor sells this table for $329
-Decorate the outside of your home with this painted old fashioned watering can, sold for $53
-Imax sells this set of 5 candle-holders that have great painted patina for just over $100. Imax also sells this set of 5 candle-holder set in rustic wood for $138. Split them up into different rooms of your home.
-Hang this mini pot holder above your kitchen sink. It has a metal finish, which fits perfectly into the Provincial decorating scheme. It is only $20 dollars
-You will adore this lovely set of mini lion bowls. The set of 6 sells for $10.99
-This topiary two tier large planter is a great planter to line up in a row outside your home. This great planter sells for $40 dollars
Rustic Provence Decorating Ideas- Mr Aurélien Deleuze and his wife, Pascale Own This Captivating Chateau in France
In this photograph, you can see a closer look at the Pavé French terra cotta tile floors with a distinct classic Provencal appearance. Pave Tile Blog, located in Massachusetts, were the first to develop old world French and Italian terracotta tile flooring collections from old world designs. It is surprising to know that the natural color of fired terra cottta is not naturally brown. Brown terra cotta tile is usually a result after a treatment of either wax, oil or stain.
They mention that many Americans are very predictable, when they order stone flooring. They often stick to a neutral range of beige, cream and gray colors, while Europeans fully embrace the rich earthy colors.
Why is that?
America is a very young country, and much of our architecture is fairly new. This can be said for most of the country, with exception the east coast where the earliest settled areas have a primitive British colonial heritage with respect to architecture and decorating.
Compare that to Europe. Europe is much older and the architecture can be seen as very colorful and vibrant. I have a passion for Swedish interiors particularly because of the painted finishes. This pinterest board has over 100 pins of different painted buildings featuring the most beautiful period colors. Take for example Switzerland, which borders France is rich in color. In this picture you have roof tops with hues of red, and lovely tones of yellow. In this picture of Austria, you see brighter tones of red, and light power blue in the architecture.
It can be said that when a culture is surrounded by strong colors, they also feel comfortable decorating around those same tones. People who lived in the countryside of France often decorated with the colors they saw in their backyard. Yellow sunflowers, purple Lilac, and the greenery were tones they felt inspired by.
I believe the reason why the western culture chooses more earth tones is the architecture is based around the same color ranges. If you look anywhere in America, the color palette is pretty modern. Concrete roads are gray and beige and architecture is modern rather than antique which you see in Europe. As a person ventures into the country, more painted homes appear in various shades.
This photo of the Deleuze’s home is one of the most captivating pictures taken of the home.
It seems as this room has several tones of peach and orange which happen to be in the same color family. The soft patina of the fireplace works nicely with the plaster paint tones of the wall and drapery. The grape upholstered chairs add a pop to this interior. A table is positioned in the center of the room with an accent french caned chair.
You can see how this room appears to be soft and the overall effect is much like you would get with gray, but with a slight hue of color! The wood floors pick up the carmel tones of the room quite nicely.
In America we are are used to seeing ceiling and trim colors painted in white, so it is natural for many people to feel as though a painted color on the ceiling might be overbearing, but in fact, if the color is soft, and works within the same hues of the room, it actually produces a dramatic, yet subtle finished effect to the room.
-In this room we see a very rustic interior with several tones in the walls. Colors of gray, beige and white appear in the finish, and if you notice a burnt orange is used on the ceilings. The look is terrific and fits in with a period effect that you would expect out of a 17th or 18th century building.
-Martha’s Dining Room in Bedford features the same color tones as the Deleuze’s home in the above picture, yet instead of the peach tones, she uses the color tones of yellow to complete this look which are accented by her bright silver and glass accessories.
-In this post we feature several well designed rooms by Martha Stewart where in one room the ceiling is painted a light blue and the flooring, walls, trim and dishware on the walls are all within the same hue.
-In this picture by Martha Stewart she features copper tin molds with a coral salmon colored linen table cloth. The walls are painted several shades lighter within the same color family. The trim is painted in an off gray, not white for a period effect. We see the contrast in the green bottle for staging purposes. In real life, green glass would add some shine and contrast against the peach tones.
– This photo from House Beauiful features a wonderful entry way in shades of blue. We see several shades in the wall and trim paint colors. Color is brought in by the lovely display of hats, and the contrasting color tones in the mud boots. The picture frames add a touch of white.
-Create a chair railing by simply using painters tape and several shades of paint. In this photo we see a painted door with an exceptionally pretty choice of pinks. The door and the bottom trim match, while black is used as an accent color splitting the two areas up.
-Likewise in this photo, painters tape can be used to create this look. If you have always dreamed of ceiling to floor framing, this should give you inspiration, as all you need is paint. Use paint colors that are darker or lighter than the ones in the photo, the effect is terrific!
–How about Green? Pair together green and light blue for a terrific contrasting effect. Here we see incredible architectural detail with a painted effect. The result is spectacular!
– Here is a brilliant room painted in a bright green. Pay attention to the the ceiling. The mint green is just as great as white, and blends in nicely into the interior. Lighter shades of the same tones can be just wonderful for a room!
We don’t have to be afraid of color. The photo of the Deleuze’s home shows a room in the lighter Rococo period colors with a pop of brighter color in the upholstery.
Color needs to be executed with precision to get the right tones that give a period effect. Although it doesn’t need to be complicated. The way I determine my color range for a particular room is to start with the prodomenant tones that currently exist in the room. Consider buying a sample of the paint color you wish to put on the walls, but in the darkest hue of the prodoment color in the room. Then use several jars of different amounts of white and black paint to achieve the colors you are most attracted to.
In this series of pictures you can see how white is added to a paint color to get a particular lighter color tone. Purchase a sample size of the paint at your local hardware store, and a small sample size of white and black. The sample size will allow you to paint a few accessories as you decide the color that best works in the room. Paint a slightly darker shade for a vase, urn, candle sticks and so on.
I believe the reason why there is such an excitment for Annie Sloan paint is because her paints seem to be more on the historical side of color tones that have been found in the past.
I believe that the public wants fewer colors that just work well, than 1500 choices of flouresents, and dulled down tones that are hit and miss.
I find so many people confused as they walk into hardware improvement stores looking at paint samples only to second guess themselves when they get home because it doesn’t look right. Paper and Paint also detail historical color tones that have been collected from a company before they closed shop. In this pinterest board, you can see many colors from the years of 1650 and 1850.
See additional photos at Gilles Trillard’s Website , Property’s website: Magie des Lieux. If you like this article, please leave a comment, and pin it on facebook and pinterest, and come again! Don’t forget to follow me on Pinterest and Facebook.
There has been more of a public draw towards rustic natural wood furniture without the heavy lacquer or polyurethane finishes. Many people are gravitating towards the unfinished furniture with all natural stains that look worn, rustic and embody a and antique old appearance.
If you like this look above, you may really enjoy bleached pine furniture.
The dresser above is featured on Decompras Elmueble is made of natural oak and tends to embrace the elaborate stylings of Provence furniture. Instead of the prominent gilt hardware featured on classic French furniture, Provence style gravitates towards the rustic iron which works nicely on this piece.
A. Classic Hardware Drop Pull-Oil Rubbed Bronze $13.50
B.Classic Hardware Drop Pull Oil Rubbed Bronze $16.43
For More Brass Styled Hardware see this post…..
Classic French Provence Choices:
1.Classic Hardware Knob Oil Rubbed Bronze $6.27
2.Classic Hardware Drop Pull Natural Rust $25
3.Classic Hardware Drop Pull Distressed Antique Brass $14.50
4.Classic Hardware Pull French Antique Gold $10.71
5.Classic Hardware Drop Pull Antique Brass $14.71
6.Classic Hardware Pull French Antique Gold $15.26
7.Classic Hardware Ring Pull French Antique Gold $9.74
8.Classic Hardware Drop Pull French Antique Gold $17
9.Liberty Hardware Pull Kentworth $22.93
10.Liberty Hardware Pull Kentworth $22.93
Rustoleum produces an amazing spray paint that takes on the very looks of all the high end Oil Rubbed Bronze hardware. Ebay has some of the best selection of french hardware lots, and if you find a lot that you love why not spray the hardware to look like the high end oil rubbed bronze french hardware?
If you like the look of the old rubbed bronze hardware, and have a dresser with good looking hardware that you want to update, consider purchasing the Rustoleum Oil Rubbed Bronze. I have had great success with it through the years. It particularly looks great with rustic barn colors, natural woods, black and really primitive colors. I think you will enjoy it as much as I have.
Here are some of the projects I have used it with in the past:
Dresser 1 – Striped Colonial With Sprayed Hardware
Hutch 2– Painted Black Hutch with Sprayed Hardware
Colonial Dresser– Painted Black Sprayed Hardware
Dresser With Sprayed Hardware– Look how I sanded around the brass hardware after the Oil Rubbed spray paint has dried, to reveal more of the shape of the hardware.
Additional Rustic Hardware For Countryside French Homes:
1. Cast Iron Large Gate Door Pull Set Of 6 $30
2.Bosetti Marella Classic Series Ring Pull, 1.97-Inch Diameter, Old Iron or Brass $7.
3.Bosetti Marella 1800 Circa Brass Round Knob, Oil Rubbed Bronze $7
4.Bosetti Marella Louis XVI Brass Drop Pull Oil Rubbed Bronze $10
5.Classic Hardware Appliance Pull Antique Brass $147
6.Classic Hardware Knob Natural Rust $10
7.Classic Hardware Card Holder Distressed Antique Brass $6.38
8.Classic Hardware Knob Natural Rust $16
9.Classic Hardware Hinge Natural Rust $13.50
10.Classic Hardware Card Holder Oil Rubbed Bronze $4.33
Classic Rustic Ring & Bin Pulls:
1.Classic Hardware Bin Pull Distressed Antique Brass $12
2.Classic Hardware Ring Pull Distressed Antique Brass 10.82
3.Classic Hardware Card Holder Distressed Antique Brass $7.68
4.Classic Hardware Bin Pull Distressed Antique Brass $5.30
5.Classic Hardware Ring Pull Distressed Antique Brass $4.76
6.Classic Hardware Knob/Plate Distressed Antique Brass $9.
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Elmueble featured a Spanish styled home on their site that had all the beauty that we see in the classic Provence styled homes.
Inside the home, stone slabs cover the floor, unifying each room. Rustic wooden beams captivate the romance of living with history.
Simplistic wall finishes pair this space down, showing off the french Provence furniture. The kitchen features a minimal appearance with several glass cloches, and glass apothecary jars filled with colorful fruit.
Natural linen is used with the drapes, and stone is found in the bathroom giving this house a luxury appeal to an antiquated period style design.
This old world style is minimal but emphasizes the true beauty in the architecture and stunningly beautiful furniture.
Decorating With Stone For An Old World French Provence Look
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