In interior décor, none comes close to the massive popularity French provincial design enjoys. It's antique, quaint, beautiful and rustic. Making use of plenty of wood and ornamentation, it can be upscale or modest.
If you love the look like millions of others, try it out on the bedroom. You can have beds with turned legs, white dressers and vanities, gauzy curtains and bursts of color with fresh flowers. There are countless ideas to put into practice. Check out what we've picked which can be applied to any bedroom, grand or modest.
Opt out of shiny metal in favor of Swag Curtain Team iron which is too modern as chairs, whether for use with a vanity or not, look best distressed. Don't confuse rust with distressed and if any furniture you pick up is corroded, remove the rust and repaint it. Add grains of 'old-looking' paint to create a used look.
Leather has no place in French provincial décor because fabric was cheaper and favored for upholstery. Turquoise is a great shade especially as an accent when teamed with pale pink, cream, beige, gold or silver. If upholstery shows sign of slight wear and tear, leave it as it is for a shabby chic result.