These beautiful examples of inspiring White European Country Interiors will soothe and remind you why you love timeless, unfussy yet elegant style. Whether you admire Country French, American Country, Farmhouse French, or Nordic decorating, there is something to save for future reference on Pinterest, awaiting to take your breath away.
White European Country Interiors You’ll Love
French antiques, plaster, and Old World style sing in this showstopping modern functioning kitchen (below) with finishes by Segreto.
Sophisticated spare simplicity with antiques collected from Europe and sumptuous bedding come together in a pale lovely bedroom at Patina Farm by the Giannettis:
No less romantic, but more rustic and textured is a bedroom with shiplap walls by Dreamy Whites:
Elegant European Country Collections
What a joy to display the pieces and treasures collected from Europe. If you’re a shop owner, those collections will evolve, change, disappear, and increase! Brooke is a favorite shop owner at Patina Home and Garden…
and Tracie is a favorite at My Petite Maison:
White Tongue & Groove & Beadboard
It’s one of the most common and effective way to achieve texture in any number of country style rooms, and looks so natural with handmade dishes or vintage ironstone…
There’s something gorgeous about bleached, limed, scrubbed, raw, and pickled wood furniture in white country rooms, yes?
The combination can look very timeless and Old World such as the bedroom above or freshly modern in the one below:
When that raw wood is used for flooring…oh my!
Do you suppose it is reclaimed wood? There is nothing quite like ancient reclaimed materials from Europe used in new construction such as that used throughout Ruth Gay’s glorious Houston home:
Plaster Walls & Texture in Country Homes
Ever lived with plaster walls? It has been years for since I have, but I would gladly welcome them again!
Even crumbly walls.
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Who could ever forget Jill Egan’s own home!?!
White Walls With Blue-Gray Trim
We don’t know the exact color since Desiree Ashworth mixed a custom stain for the wood trim in her former home:
but you could definitely have some fun mixing your favorite tints to arrive at the perfect muddy hue. I recall Brooke and Steve also mixed a custom stain for their trim. They said it is close to…
Farrow & Ball Pavilion Gray – and you can see plenty of examples HERE.
Pavilion Gray is actually one of my favorite grey paint colors, and I used it at 66% for my own kitchen cabinets. In our former home, I chose a warmer, more linen/beige toned grey (Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter) for our bedroom furniture:
Belgian Style White Country Interior Moments
If you love rustic simplicity and linen, you may favor a Belgian flavor of country style…
It worked so well in our former home, and the art I create (mostly abstracts in muddy tones) harmonizes with it:
If you are fortunate enough to incorporate pale stone and brick into your interiors, the results can be stunning…
French limestone is such an incredible material, and the color is magic with white walls when you’re after subtle contrast.
More Inspiring White Country Spaces to Admire
Tap here for a primer for creating a rustic white European inspired look, and for an incredible gallery of sophisticated interiors with artful finishes, GO HERE.
Also, don’t miss this paint color idea story and an Old World French HOME TOUR.
Here are some great tips for arriving at a very personal, timeless look and not trendy look:
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