Every region in France has its own style and identity. When it comes to interiors, they’ve mastered the perfect mix between classic and contemporary.
Whether it’s a sleek and sophisticated design you admire or a refined countryside classic, here are a few tips to get the chic Parisian look in your home.
Choose a colour scheme
When it comes to finding the right colours for your French interior, choose a neutral background palette and add dashes of light rose or go daring with light blues and greens.
Strike a balance between subtle and effortless. Dress your home with paintings, frames or mirrors that won’t take over the room and compete with your French style furniture.
Whether you decide to makeover your bedroom, living room or dining space, aim to keep it simple and romantic at all times.
The Ambriella tall chest of drawers oozes quintessential French elegance with its immaculate detailing. Crafted to the highest specification, it includes soft-closing drawers and a secret drawer for your prized possessions.
Opulent and elaborate, nothing is more French than a crystal chandelier. Add a dash of sparkle and glamour with our Raphael 12-light chandelier to create the perfect finishing touch to your space.
Influenced by French design, the Camille Dressing table works effortlessly in any bedroom. Its elegant cabriole legs and antique weathered oak finish provides ample amount of storage.
A collection of vintage glassware and antique silver will look stunning in your dining room. The Vienna dining table is handcrafted from solid hevea wood and boats a graceful French design.
Looking for a more countryside theme? Our Vermont sideboard by Willis & Gambier will fit right in. With a distressed wood exterior, this elegant sideboard can enhance any living room or dining space.
Or you can opt to add a touch of the French furniture feel to your bedroom with the Amelie double metal bed frame. Dress your bed with layers of lace, fringed throws and pillows for the perfect chateau style.