Living room from Provence Traditional Living Room, Marseille
Interior designer Nathalie Vingot Mei. Credit photo : Marion Gillet. Properties Antiques wood table linen antic fabric
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Provincial style usually involves whitewashed furniture and structural wood, wrought iron details, limestone or light-colored lime-rendered walls, and terra-cotta or sandstone floors. It’s a little bit rustic yet chic, but it does need strong architectural elements to shine. It might look a bit bland in a “generic” suburban home. While many French people do like such style, they often use it as a way to add accent pieces in a more contemporary setting. They might embrace the style a bit more in older, rustic homes, but the total look is often created for tourists, in vacation homes and in bed and breakfasts.