Bastille Day is a celebration of unity among the people of France, and we’re joining in by showcasing some of our favorite French design styles – plus products you can use to bring them into your space!
Cole & Son’s Folie collection is truly an homage to France. Each product in the collection pays tribute to one of the country’s many palaces, and some, like the one shown above, are reinterpretations of original pattern documents found within the buildings. Time to bring some history into your home, oui?
At his Chateau du Grand-Luce, Timothy Corrigan hosts vistors in this gorgeously green guest bedroom. The elegant moldings on the bed crown reflect the neoclassical design period, and the monochromatic palette allows for the use of multiple patterns without overwhelming the space. Who wouldn’t want to fall asleep here?
Inspired by Southern France’s Cote d’Azur, the Porte de Riviera collection reflects a sophisticated take on the Mediterranean lifestyle: relaxed and informal, yet chic and elegant. Can’t you just see these classic stripes and maritime palette used on a sun-drenched terrace with a stunning seaside view?
The French provincial style originates from Provence in the south of France, where the air is warmer and the days seem longer. Fans of this look embrace comfortable furniture and timeless patterns. But to them, country French is not just a type of decor: it’s a lifestyle. DecoratorsBest carries countless products to fit this style, particularly embodied by Pierre Deux fabrics.
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