A House With Beautiful French Interior
You do not have to have a passion for the French to bring this style alive in your home. The look is casual and requires no fuss. What could be more appealing than that? And even better, almost anything goes with the French interior design look. Quick start with an explanation with French architectural interior. Exquisite architectural elements make French interior lovely before they’re graced with a single stick of furniture. Details like crown and cornice molding, raised wall panels, pilasters and pediments, mullioned doors and casement windows are fairly common. Emulate the look by adding stock and specialty moldings, French doors and new hardware, such as decorative door plates. For the floors, French interior have beautiful floors, gleaming hardwoods or cool expanses of elegant marble. There’s no need to cover every inch with rugs and carpets. Remove all but your finest rugs. If you have a hardwood floor, wax it until it glows. Pull up that wall-to-wall carpet and faux paint large marble squares on the concrete sub-floor or install wood in a herringbone or parquet pattern.