143,189 french country Home Design Photos

Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Eclectic kitchen... Country theme and stainless steel items
9. French country, modern and industrial style. Country houses are often places where homeowners feel it's safer to ignore the rules and do what they like. There's an attitude of "why
French Vanilla Slate Tile
“Metal shelving as an island” — eco-modpod
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Creative Touch Interiors
2 Reviews
French Country
10. French country style in Texas. Natural slate floor tile makes a durable base for this entryway and mudroom. Houzz readers liked the cozy bench and the cleverly hidden litter box below.More: These photos made the 2012 Most Popular list based on how many times they were added to Houzz users' ideabooks
“Entry area that has it all” — cliffyclimb
Traditional Kitchen
I'm usually an "all white kitchen" kind of gal, but this cozy French country kitchen could seriously make me change my mind. It's all in wood tones—not too dark, not too light. Just right.
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Country style kitchen
Country Feel...french country...French kitchen
“Very much like kitchen” — Meredith Avery
Kasey Buick
1 Review
Lola B's
This sign brings in a touch of French flair.
The wood top with white body table is a classic farm table look. Here we still feel the casual country vibe, but the lighting, paint colors, wall decor, and ceiling molding tell us the look is French country. Less casual, more thought out and urbane,
“chandelier” — ndbetsy
Diningtable in conservatory
the open ceiling that still covers and protects the French doors
sky lights, flooring and overall casual french feel
5. Go for wicker and rattan. They can take a beating and still look great. To get that simple-chic French country look (that's also resistant to spills), seek out sturdy pieces in wicker, rattan or sea grass, along with wood, tile and washable natural fibers like linen and cotton.
“roof/ceiling?” — npetit78
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Draw me a Sheep - Baby Design Boutique
another rich wood [traditional]I had it custom made to fit the room [contemporary] Not sure. It’s from a relative’s farm and I painted it all white [french country]
two-tone French provincial dresser
French dresser
“Furniture” — mathistracy1
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
Corynne Pless © 2013 Houzz Read the Houzz article about this home: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/8077146/list/My-Houzz--French-Country-Meets-Southern-Farmhouse-Style-in-Georgia
Exterior french touches
French country windows
French country
“Stone” — Michelle Gray
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Plantation Sunroom
me yours may not be the right person for a sisal job. Open any decorating magazine from the last 5 years and you will see sisal everywhere - from country cottages to Park Avenue apartments. Hope this helps. Olga
whirring, you'll hardly notice the blades at all.More 'So Your Style Is':Traditional | Arts & Crafts | Hollywood Regency | Rustic | Old World | French Country | Transitional | Contemporary | Midcentury Modern | Industrial | Eclectic | Coastal | Cottage | Preppy | Art Deco | Southwestern | Japanese
“Ceiling” — jmabbo1
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