Top of the morning to you! These Pale European Country Elegant Interiors form such a timeless and tranquil collection of beauty. If you are a fan of French country, French farmhouse, Tuscan, Nordic French, and Belgian interior design and sensibilities, I’m sure you’ll discover plenty to love!
Pale European Country Elegant Interiors to Inspire
Designer and blogger Greet Lefèvre’s elegant, muted, and sophisticated sitting area (above) ticks all the right pale and lovely boxes for me! So does proprietor Ruth Gay’s quiet Tuscan country manor style kitchen (below) with its character-rich treasures and texture.
Oh my, if those reclaimed cobblestone floors and walls of French Limestone Bugets could talk!
Plaster or Plaster Look Walls
French antiques, plaster, and Old World style sing in this showstopping modern functioning kitchen with finishes by Segreto.
To achieve the look of Venetian plaster with an alternative material, the Giannettis opted to coat the walls of their new build with a thin layer of Cal-Kote. No paint was required.
Humble & Serene French Nordic Style
Reclaimed Stone from France
Repurposed European Country Antiques
Confit Jars and Kitchenware from Europe
Quiet French Color Palette
Rustic Textures of Tumbled Stone
European Country Garden Details
European Country Design Simplicity
Putty, Stone, and Chalky European Hues
Weathered Wood & Sparkling Crystal and Glass Juxtaposition
Can you heart possibly make room for a wee more beauty?
If so, allow me to introduce sweet, 80-years young, Ampan. She has lived 10 years past the typical lifespan for her kind. Blind in one eye and precious little sight remaining in the other, imagine her joy as she is serenaded!
Clair de Lune is an all-time favorite composition of mine…enjoy this bit of heaven on earth.
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This is an elegant work of art. Thank you for sharing.
So happy you enjoyed.
Yes Michele. Welcome!
Thanks for writing and sharing this post with us.
Thanks so much for reading.
and the tears rolled…. that was a beautiful serenade, thank you for sharing that.
Thanks for taking the time to visit and let me know. 🙂