Many of our customers love French Country Farmhouse style, whether they are buying our antique French Country furniture or newly-crafted pieces that stay true to the look. French Country Farmhouse style promises easy living all year round. In summer, the relaxed and casual feel is perfect for long hot days. It’s perfect when we want to kick back and feel cool and close to nature. In winter, the cozy and comfortable appeal of this look ensures that you will want to snuggle up and surround yourself with family and friends. And probably lots of lovely warming food, too, as would befit a farmhouse!
From coffee tables for your living room, to nightstands for your modern Farmhouse bedroom, to console tables that can benefit any part of your home decor, EuroLuxHome.com has you covered in style! From living room to bedroom to entryway to home office to bedroom furniture, we’ve got what you need. We have best sellers for every color palette. Adorn your home today!
Farmhouse Decor Done Right
This French Country Farmhouse kitchen in Louisville, KY, is a great example of the look. Notice the traditional rooster on the island. Roosters and chickens are typical of this rustic French decor style, and the look is also associated with good, nourishing food and a relaxed rural way of life. Family and friends are always welcome. Everything is designed to be easy to live with… distressed finishes mean that you don’t have to be precious about your furniture!
For this reason, the style is especially well-suited to kitchens and dining rooms. It’s where everyone gathers to make memories. Whether you are sharing small everyday moments over a cup of coffee and a slice of cake, or enjoying a lively feast for in a bigger celebration, it’s a perfect choice. That’s why we love this style. It’s versatile.
This photo of our customer Stephanie C.’s kitchen in Kernersville, NC, includes a counter stool from our selection of French Country stools at EuroLuxHome.com. The newly-crafted stool is beautifully made, with intricate wood carvings, a hand-woven rattan or rush seat, an antiqued blackwashed stain, and the curvy cabriole legs that are typical of French Country style. The silhouette of the stool looks stunning and creates exactly the right mood!
Quality Entryway Style
Thanks to the welcoming quality of the French Country Farmhouse style, it also looks great in an entryway or foyer. Notice the muted colors. The soft dusky blue is perfect for the rustic and serene atmosphere. Also notice the combination of natural textures, with woven baskets, a throw pillow on the chair that looks like hessian or flour-sack canvas, a woven rattan seat on the chair, an open weave lampshade, and a wood planked floor.
To find out more about the typical features of this style and how to recreate it in your own home, read my blog post: Elegant Comfort: French Country Farmhouse Style.
Do you love the French Country Farmhouse look? Tell us in the comments box and share your own photos with us too!
Simply put, we love this style. Whether it’s distressed wood on a sideboard, or a quality Farmhouse table or chandelier, this style is delightful as part of any room furniture. Quality materials used in this wood furniture include reclaimed wood, faux leather, solid wood, upholstery and more. Other wood options include rustic wood, pine wood, and more.
And if you are looking for some pieces to freshen up your own home, remember that we always stock a lovely selection of new, vintage and antique French Country Farmhouse furniture and home accents in our online EuroLuxHome.com store and shipping is always free. And by always free, we mean always free. From side tables to bookcases to end tables to dining chairs to headboards and everything in between, Country Farmhouse decor is a lovely style.
Aimee owns EuroLuxHome.com with her husband and best friend, Greg. Aimee sources amazing antique furniture, vintage lighting, & high-quality reproduction furniture to help her customers decorate their homes in a unique way. She loves her 8 (you read that right) fuzzy children and is renovating a 1920s bungalow in South Carolina. Find us on Facebook or connect with EuroLux on Google+. Or you can sign up here to receive this blog in your inbox.