French Country Dining Room Design

Inspired by the homes of Provence, French country design is a timeless style, which reminds of traditional elegance and lifestyles. French country design is characterized by ruffled upholstery, disturbed woodwork and mixed design elements. The interiors incorporate both subdued and vibrant hues, which makes the country design popular across cultures and suits people of all tastes.

Glam French Country Dining Room Design

Glam French country Dining Room design

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Neutral French Country Dining Room Design

Neutral French Country Dining Room

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French Country Dining Room with Classic Wallpaper

French Country Dining Room with Classic French Wallpaper

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Timber is almost synonymous with country living. Most French country-styled rooms feature wood beams, intricately carved furniture atop stone floors, which are almost always covered with a rug. A traditional fireplace is a key feature of this design category. Earlier, people used accents like copper ware, wickerwork, and iron chandeliers. However, today’s dining rooms may sport appliances, chinaware, pendants, plush curtains and a contemporary chandelier.

Yellow Dining Room Design With French Country Charm

Yellow Dining Room design With French Country Charm

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Nice French Country Dining Room Design

Nice French country Dining Room design

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French Country Dining Room with Table and Glass Chairs

French Country Dining Room with Table and glass Chairs

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Soft Gray Dining Room With French Country Charm

Soft Gray Dining Room With French Country charm

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French Door Dining Room Design

French Door Dining Room design

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Rural French life blurred the distinction between the indoors and outdoors, often incorporating natural materials in home decor. Therefore, no French country interior is devoid of flowers. They can be in vases or clusters; they may bloom on tablecloth and linen or carved into a mirror frame. The overall purposes of French rural design should be comfort and elegance. The design elements need not be grand to make an aesthetic impact.

French Country Round Dining Table Design

French Country round Dining table design

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Traditional Dining Room With French Touches

Traditional Dining Room With French Touches

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Open French Country Dining Room Design

Open French country Dining Room design

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White French Country Dining Room Design

White French Country Dining room design

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Blue and Brown French Country Dining Room Design

Blue and Brown French Country Dining Room design

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French Country Dining Room With Stone Arch

French Country Dining Room With Stone Arch

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Blue French Country Style Dining Room

Blue French Country Style Dining Room

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French Country Dining Area Design

French Country Dining Area design

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French Doors To Outdoor Dining Room

French Doors To Outdoor Dining Room

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French Country Chic Dining Room Design

French Country Chic Dining Room design

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Traditional French Country Dining Room Design

Traditional French country Dining Room design

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Red and Blue French Country Dining Room Design

Red and Blue French Country Dining Room design

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Black and White French Country Dinning Room Design

Black and White French Country dinning room design

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Farmhouse Table in French Country Dining Room

Farmhouse Table in French Country Dining Room

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French Country Chic Dining Room Design with Chandelier

French Country Chic Dining Room design with Chandelier

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French Country Formal Dining Room Design

French Country Formal Dining Room design

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Since, rural homes are well-lit, sunlight can play an important in deciding the colors of the wall, apart from individual preferences. You can use a mix of colors in the interior design elements so long as they do not create disharmony. Conversely, you can use various shades of a single color to create a more sophisticated and urbane look. Though floors are usually of stone or brickwork, wooden flooring would not be out of place, nor would tiles, especially in an urban setting.

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