What I DON'T like: NO COLOR. This fetish about white, off-white, and neutrals has to go. I think all modern design schools need to be emptied out and restaffed with faculty who actually have and use color vision.
Absolutely inappropriate use of toile wallpaper cuts off the line of the gable and ruins the architectural grandeur of the vaulted ceiling. Only way this lovely room could have been ruined.
Absolute style mismatch between the elegant crystal chandelier and the determinedly casual bamboo blinds. Some eclecticism works, and some doesn't. This doesn't.
This lovely white cabinetwork demands true Provencal blue-tiled countertops, not that awful bonded granite garbage. And those geometric vases on the top shelf! HIDEOUS. Get some color and curves into this "French" kitchen, for god's sake! Provencal does not GO with Modern; they're styles separated by two centuries!
This just screams FAKE. Its "antiquity" is so obviously contrived.
Blah, humbug. Not a thing here that can't be found between Lowe's and Pottery Barn. FAKE!
American Modern meets imitation French tacky. Perfect for Horror Night.
And this is "French Country" because of a cannister set and a glug-jug? DISQUALIFIED by the sleek modern stainless steel appliances, found in no country French maison, and even in urban areas, only among the wealthy and professional chefs.
White, beige, beige, white, white, beige. Hint: color vision evolved for a purpose. USE it.
What is this doing in French Country? There is nothing either French or Country about it. Pure American Modern BLAH.
Modified Black Watch tartan chairs as FRENCH???? Blue & green plaid and red and white gingham do NOT coordinate. There are good ways to mesh multiple colors, but this ain't it.
Lovely antique French table. HIDEOUS modern PLASTIC chair. HIDEOUS ostentatious metal sculpture. And loads of washed out, colorless white. The thing either country or French, that table. Put it in a room that deserves it.
What a waste of superlative architectural details. Dining in the Conservatory? Then pray tell, where are the PLANTS? Anyone with this much glass to waste without growing something in it is a pig.
How did this purely Southwestern ensemble end up tagged as French Country? From the hideous early 20th century Mexican painting to the terra-cotta stucco to the striped serape throw, this alcove SCREAMS South Of The Border.
Yes, very "high design" as per your logo. What's it doing in my search for French Country? It's nothing of the sort. Suitable for a corporate foyer, not a living home.
Yet another mislabelled advertisement. There is NOTHING French Country about this set, which is pure Contemporary w/S Asian. Stop putting your work into every category without bothering to see if it qualifies. If I wanted this kind of design, I could pick it up at Target.