19 French Country-Style Rooms That Will Take Your Breath Away

Like a one-way ticket to Provence.

french country style
Luke White

If you feel like there's a certain je ne sais quoi about French country décor, allow us to break it down for you. This style is all about natural materials, muted colors, toile fabrics, extravagant lighting, touches of gold, tapestries, and more—all with a rustic touch. We gathered 19 stylish examples of French country style, from modern interpretations and eclectic visions to classic renditions. Read through and get inspired to incorporate French country décor in every room in your house.

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James Merrell
Cubism On Display

In the dining room of this Cap Cod estate, designer Kathryn M. Ireland chose a sea-grass rug to cover the floor and reupholstered the owners' Gustavian chairs to keep a traditional touch. And then there's that fun Cubist moment in the corner.

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Blue French country bedroom
Hearst Magazines UK
Layered Linens

With layers of laidback linens in a variety of hues, this bedroom exudes warmth and a timeless taste. The tall upholstered headboard brings in some bright, playful tones while sticking to the distressed character of French country design.

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French country foyer
Thomas Loof
Grand Lighting

The gorgeous, large-scale antique lighting in this foyer really sets the tone for the rest of the home. The exposed beams, stone tile floors, and understated console table introduce that French country rustic look.

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french country style
Douglas Friedman
Vintage Scores

In the dining room of this Manhattan duplex, designed by Garrow Kedigian, is a mahogany table circa-1900 that's surrounded by antique chairs that were purchased at a Paris flea market and re-covered in a Schumacher velvet.

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French country kitchen
PHOTO: Alexandra Ribar: DESIGN: Leanne Ford Interiors
Copper Cookware

White painted bricks and stone tile floors set the country chic scene in this kitchen. And with that wrought-iron hardware and hanging copper cookware, we can almost smell the French food from here.

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Laura Resen
Robust Gallery Walls

A full gallery wall complete with antique gilt frames and classic portraits is a great way to introduce dimension in the living room. And of course, a Louise XV-style settee is always a good touch.

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Country chic dining nook
Annie Schlechter
Exposed Beams

Exposed ceiling beams, distressed wood floors, colorful textiles, and antique paintings and trays on display create a truly charming dining nook.

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Laura Ressen
Natural Materials

To mimic the rustic look of French country décor in a more modern way, opt for a jute rug in the living room. Then upholster a classic Louis XVI-style seat in a fun, contemporary fabric and adorn your walls with abstract art.

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1805 CQ Hopper T13422
Annie Schlechter
Antique Décor

Though this sink area boasts a decidedly modern aesthetic, there are many French country-inspired details throughout the space. For example, the antique trays, water cans, and glass vases.

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Peter Murdock
Subtle Contrasts

This cheerful study is bursting with charm, thanks to the bright green walls and personal items on display. The traditional upholstered chair juxtaposes the rustic vase, a contrast often found in French country interiors.

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french country style
Miki Duisterhof
Easy Patterns

Designer Ramsay Gourd let the exposed wooden beams in this Vermont farmhouse serve as the focal point on the room, but a green couch and upholstered Louis XV-style chairs are a close second place.

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French country inspired dining room
PHOTO: Alexandra Ribar; DESIGN: Nicole Franzen
Eclectic Pieces

The linen slipcover chairs and rustic wood dining table bring in that French country ease while the bold wallpaper and modern lighting anchor this dining room in the modern era.

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Thomas Loof
Gold Accents

Dramatic drapes, plenty of gold, and ornate lighting make this master bedroom a French dream.

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french country style
Luke White
Rustic Details

Designer Marshall Watson uses a traditional plate rack to showcase everyday dishes as wall art in this Swedish home. Meanwhile, a vintage table and chairs with a blue gingham seat covering add a touch of rustic charm.

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Pink marble bathroom
Thomas Loof
Extravagant Materials

Pink marble? Sign us up. Though French country style is known for being more rustic and earthy, there are plenty of examples that feature much more extravagance. Ornate and intricate details like these are prominent in classic French design.

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french country style
Luke White
Detailed Window Treatments

Designer Marshall Watson opted for traditional French country motifs on the window treatments in the dining room of this Swedish home.

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french country style
Annie Schlechter
Toile Accents

Graceful prints and a muted palette create a cozy bedroom in this North Carolina mountain getaway designed by Jane Hawkins Hoke. The walls and valances feature hound-dog toile.

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french country style
Simon Watson
High And Low Mixes

The mixture of high-end (the chandelier) and antique (the chair) in this Long Island, New York dining room, designed by Ellen Niven, makes it feel like everything was sourced from a flea market in Provence.

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Douglas Friedman
Statement Fireplace

Designer Garrow Kedigan played up the classic architecture in this Manhattan duplex's living room by incorporating a symmetrical furniture layout around the room's stone mantel.

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