Country French Decor Ideas to Steal: Part 2 continues the fun we started HERE where we’re stealing slightly more realistic French country decorating ideas from luxuriously grand homes, many of which reside in my neck of the woods.
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Country French Decor Ideas: Part 2
I hope the luxurious inspiration and ideas which follow will enlighten you and guide any plans in motion to create your own lovely French country or French inspired space.
Country French Decor Idea No. 11
If you have the budget to splurge and go for authentic, reclaimed tiles like the ones in Charlotte Reiss’ gorgeous kitchen, Chateau Domingue is where you should head!
Fore more budget friendly options for new tile, check HERE. For a new porcelain hexagon tile, there’s THIS OPTION.
More Terracotta Floor Inspiration
Country French Decor Idea No. 12
Rustic Wall Clock
Find ideas for rustic country wall clocks RIGHT HERE.
Country French Decor Idea No. 13
Copper Kitchen Decor Accents
Find lovely copper pans and accents for your French kitchen RIGHT HERE.
Country French Decor Idea No. 14
French Oak Wood Flooring
Explore the multiple options for wood flooring (and see my story on engineered vs. solid hardwood) HERE and RIGHT HERE.
If a lovely and romantic Aidan Gray French Country chandelier is more your style, see options RIGHT HERE.
Country French Decor Idea No. 17
For vintage, see if you get lucky finding a pretty settee RIGHT HERE.
Country French Decor Idea No. 18
French Gray Accent Colors
In a French farmhouse near Bordeaux, Charlotte and Sky Reiss completely renovated their home and chose Farrow & Ball colors for the interiors. French Gray was chosen for trim and doors as you see in the master bath below.
For a European inspired blue-grey hue with emphasis on the blue, try FARROW & BALL’S Parma Gray.
I am still enamored with light grey cabinets paired with creamy white ones in the kitchen.
Find ideas for lantern pendants HERE and architectural elements and millwork options See these.
SHERWIN WILLIAMS Alabaster with its green undertones is a favorite among interior designers and works so well in understated, French Country style spaces.
While I’m not certain of the limestone color used in the entry to this grand French home below, it seems reminiscent of BEHR Quarried Limestone.
For a soothing beachy aqua color, BEHR Aqua Breeze may be a pretty option. That said, blues are a monster to get right. I would use this hue at a reduced strength to achieve a more muted effect like the room that follows.
The bathroom walls in this bathroom below take my breath away! FARROW & BALL’s Middleton pink is a pretty one to try.