88,438 French Provincial Home Design Photos

Derrick Architecture
4 Reviews
French Provincial Home
French Provincial Style home, LOVE the arched windows
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
Though this house could be 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.
“Facade” — vanessa taques
Lindsay Pennington Inc.
1 Review
Hollywood Hills Bedroom Redesign
the room from the bed; it conceals the TV and media equipment. Pennington’s grandmother passed down the artwork to her. A pair of these antique French provincial chairs are upholstered in a light fabric similar to the bed’s upholstery.Before Pennington started the makeover, the walls were a dingy white
“Wall color” — ellenpolze
Andrena Felger / In House Design Co.
1920's Mediterranean Revival - Kitchen
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“Clean, cool colors. Need a pop of something somewhere, however.” — jskwriter
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2009 Showcase Home on Park Alley
Consider the architecture of the room when designing a French Provincial kitchen, as architectural features are an important part of the overall design. The detailed leadlight windows and archway seen in this kitchen are true to French Provincial style. The benchtop here is Calacatta marble and these
“dish arrmoire” — victoria1020
Farmers - Showcasing projects built and designed by The Maker Designer Kitchens
The tiles behind the cooker are laid the same way as the Ballarat Display home...this is beautiful, traditional french provincial country style.
e can be no mistaking a French Provincial kitchen. Luxe lever taps, a vintage-look stove and elaborate moulded cabinetry are almost essential. Ivory is often the colour of choice, but black can come into play in the form of benchtops, handles and appliances. French Provincial kitchens tend to be large
and chef-ready. The kitchen is no place to forget about the details – think striped linen tea towels, a clutch of wooden spoons in a ceramic jug, and French enamel cookware … and don’t forget the oversize Parisian clock and glass cake dome to display the freshly baked gateaux.
“backsplash” — danddand
Michael Hershenson Architects
2 Reviews
French Chateau
French chateau look - low walls
French country exterior
slate roof, french inspiration
French Style Home Exterior
french provincial...French chateau...French Chateau...French Chateau
“Valders stone” — mp2kp3
Monica Kovacic
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
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
The kitchen is heavily inspired by French Provincial style. Marylou
“pantry layout” — rongett
Monica Kovacic
The house's exterior has been completely remodeled. The dark beige render (mortar spread over bricks) adds a contemporary 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
The house’s exterior has been completely renovated. The dark beige render (mortar spread over bricks) adds a contemporary look with French Provincial flair. A new second level expanded the home to its current size. All of the original terracotta tiles were replaced with tumbled travertine for
“Render” — dozza
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