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French Country Decoration is very popular throughout the world, because of its casual elegance, a splash of color and emphasis on accessories that look natural or rustic. Getting a French country style in your home doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, you might be able to put your creativity to work and improve existing furniture to create an attractive space.
The choice of furniture must have elegant and simple lines. The country of France displays a lot of painted furniture. Buying distressed old furniture will be very suitable for this style. Wrought iron or rusty metal accents are often incorporated into this shabby chic style but it’s not all about wood decoration.
Below are some French country style home decorations that you can try.
1. French Country Decorations in the Living Room
The windows in the rooms of the French Country should not be burdened with thick curtains and fabrics, as you will see in traditional-style rooms. Add lacy panels to let sunlight in while still providing privacy. In front of the window, try a wrought iron garden bench with a pillow to see the window seat.
2. French Country Decorations in the Bedroom
The old iron garden gate will make a good head of the bed if you want to tie France to the bedroom. Use an old metal park bench at the end of the bed as a sitting area. Dressers painted in warm, depressed pastels will bring a cozy feel to the room.
3. French Country Decorations in the Dining Room
For a traditional French Country dining room, old white chairs are not suitable and use an iron terrace or round garden table for cheap dining sets. You can also repaint wood sets, or buy new sets painted in pastel colors or in natural wood tones.
4. French Country Decorations in the Kitchen
French Country Kitchen has many jars that contain staples. Find old closed jars at thrift stores or garage sales to duplicate the display. Add labels that are hand-painted or printed on your home printer. Use old street signs or grocery stores for wall decor. Once again, you can make it yourself. Look for craft stores for wall plaques or cheap metal signage. Use a wrought iron wall planter to hang pots or equipment with hooks to keep it safe.
5. French Country Decorations in the Bathroom
Use a towel rack made of wrought iron or a fruit bowl from ancient wrought iron to hold towels and wipes. An old painted buffet as a dressing table for the sink would be nice too.