69,502 French Provincial Home Design Photos

Derrick Architecture
4 Reviews
French Provincial Home
Ideabooks1,081
Questions4
Windows on the second story curve at the top amd break through the cornice, french windows, proportional. Tall windows. Most house in this style use brick. Very high, steep roof.
Architect - derrickarchitecture.com French Provincial Home with brick facade
considered French eclectic, an attempt has been made to imply a château by the use of pinnacles and stone detailing. A belt line and broken eave also convey a château impression. Note the brick veneer, which can be found on many examples throughout the style's history.
“Color scheme of house” — tamgirl999
Derrick Architecture
4 Reviews
Historic LaGrange Home
Ideabooks4,255
Questions10
French Provencial Home in the Historic area of LaGrange
French Provincial with a Russian/Finnish Appearance
French eclectic architectural style
French Home! Very Regal.
French provincial...french window...french manor...french country...With French blue...French exterior...French Eclectic...French Provinical
“The wall to left and shutters” — ldadson
Martha O'Hara Interiors
86 Reviews
Merilane Avenue Residence 2 Kitchen
Ideabooks1,339
Questions7
French provincial
french provincial decor
french provincial mirror
french provincial with arabesque rug?
french kitchen...french provincial?...the french spirit...French provincial
“Beam” — torrancejones
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Warmington & North
1 Review
warmington north
Ideabooks17,916
Questions11
french country. light and charming
french country look - darker highlighting
with the French and their furnishings, which nimbly straddle the line between elegance and functionality. Although French country pieces are largely free of the embellishments that historically have marked more affluent French design, they're shapely and well scaled, with an eye toward balance. And because
rural French of old had to be sure every piece would work its hardest, it's not unusual to see multifunctional case goods or other furnishings that can transition to wherever they're needed most. In keeping with the collected look, stay away from matchy-matchy furniture sets. Instead, mix wood pieces
epitomizes the French country approach to furniture. The fauteuil chairs, table and shelf all blend in sophisticated yet unstudied harmony, tied together by the color scheme of gentle whites and dove grays. They have just enough decorative flourish to elevate them above the strictly practical, yet they're in
“colors - curtain design” — ska451
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining
Ideabooks631
Questions3
brick in a French provincial manner
Faded french provincial styling with a bare brick wall somehow equals win. Love it.
french pro...french provincial
“White painted furniture and lamps” — callisondesigner
Monica Kovacic
Boronia
Ideabooks77
Questions0
French Provincial ◾medium-toned wood and painted finishes ◾casual, but not without ornamentation ◾ultimately livable in scale and treatment ◾caned and rushed chairs ◾relaxed, provincial interpretations of formal French style ◾natural finishes and vibrant colors ◾cane and rushed chair seats rather than
inspired by French provincial style. Marylou used Gaston Y Daniela fabric for the curtains and reconditioned the Conley & Co. island stools with Lullievre fabric from South Pacific Fabrics.Dishwasher: Miele; lamp: Edward Chandeliers
“French Provincial ◾medium-toned wood and painted finishes ◾casual, but not without ornamentation” — jlogan996
Mustard Seed Interiors
1 Review
2012 Home Tour
Ideabooks550
Questions4
describes as "French provincial with a bit of farmhouse thrown in."
French with farmhouse
french provincial...French farmhouse
“chairs!” — Kelly Jacobs
Monica Kovacic
Boronia
Ideabooks41
Questions0
look with French provincial flair. A new second level expand the home to its current size. All of the original terracotta tiles were replaced with tumbled travertine for a streamlined, European-inspired style.Houzz call: Share your remodeled cottage with us. It could be featured on Houzz!
French Provincial
“Render” — dozza
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