porticos on French style exteriors. This one is a stone (and possibly stucco) front, where the door is recessed all around: http://www.houzz.com/photos/52094/French-Manor-House-Style-Entry-mediterranean-exterior-los-angeles It looks to be about 6 inches on the sides and about a foot in the center top.
This is a pergola fronted portic that could be designed to include a roof. The two columns are appropriated for the French design: http://www.houzz.com/photos/10757/Austin-Patterson-Disston-Architects-traditional-exterior-bridgeport
practical and decorative way to grow culinary herbs.
LA. Country french barstools comes in white or dark. You can buy them on line.
It's so hard to tell sometimes from a photo. There's a new ideabook today on different countertops. That might point you in the right direction. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1623075/list/Kitchen-Countertops-101
raspberry in a French country style
for a French country-style room. It keeps the space young and vibrant. Toile, often used in French country design, depicts a delicate scene, but feels fresh when used in a hot hue like raspberry.
antique french mirror, called a trumeau, that was originally hung over a fireplace in haussmanian style building in Paris. You can find them in flee markets around Paris, like the porte de Clignancourt market, where there is a specialist in old trumeaus.
on the French doors? Love them.
also the french doors. everything white. also like the roman shades
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