french farmhouse furniture

Modern Farmhouse Decorating

By |October 11th, 2016|

Modern farmhouse decorating mixes modern materials with warm, authentic farmhouse furniture and décor, creating a welcoming respite from everyday cares. Unique, expertly aged pieces lend a relaxing touch, while bronzed and blackened metal decor keep the look crisp and clean. Whether your home is on a country acreage or high atop a skyscraper, you can easily mix and match to create a gorgeous, farmhouse-inspired getaway.

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Acrylic dining chairs and a few simple accessories complement an French farmhouse trestle dining table, placing a focus on the rustic wood. Offering just a touch of the faded charm that makes modern farmhouse decorating unique, […]

Get the Modern French Look

By |April 9th, 2016|

Getting the Modern French Look is easier than ever with this guide. Since it’s all about mixing French reproductions adorned with contemporary fabrics and finishes with modern pieces like mirrored coffee tables, geometric chandeliers, and more, this look is one that’s very easy to personalize so that it complements your space.

 

With the addition of a few key pieces, it’s simple to update your dining room to reflect the Modern French look. A farmhouse table with a clean, natural finish serves as the central focus here, while comfortable dining chairs invite guests to linger. Natural touches tie the look together seamlessly.

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French Farmhouse Decorating

By |June 13th, 2015|

If you like the idea of living in a charming old home in the country, you’ll love what French farmhouse decorating can do for your space. With a focus on relaxed, comfortable living, this unique style is characterized by painted chippy French style furniture, armoires and cabinets with rustic chicken wire doors, and cozy grain sack and burlap upholstered seating offset by rich hardwood floors and lots of lavender.

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Shades of white, ivory, and cream are a must for French farmhouse decorating, along with a touch of earthy color for warmth. In France, white is used as a color rather […]