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We are crushing on a French influence, straight from the 18th century. French Provincial style steers away from the elaborate Parisian decor, with less frills and a more sophisticated simple approach. Carved scallops, painted furniture, and an affinity for layering soft neutrals mark this time period. With the French tendency to buck tradition and mix the old and new confidently, this style lends itself to a 21st century revival.

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This French Provincial sofa has smooth, curving lines. Nothing too ornate, but still delicate enough with the thin carved legs and tufted back to look effortlessly chic. This is spectacular with a creamy book shelf, and the traditional rug seems to pick up the colour in the book bindings for a modern take on this old world style.

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This antique French Provincial chair adds the perfect contrast to a moody slate blue wall. Simple curves in a whitewash finish highlight the cool elegance in this chair.

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Get the look with a stunning French Provincial sideboard perfect for a dining room. Set a large mirror above and place a cream vase and a tall flower- we love the idea of hydrangea’s here- for a chic French inspired look.

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Possibly one of our favourite outdoor spaces to date! Who says style is only for inside… this stunning patio feels relaxed but cultured. The warm shades of grey, layered with taupes and creams feels airy and natural.

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Infuse personality into a guest bedroom by taking these classic pieces of furniture and adding a modern twist. Using brightly coloured fabrics, pastel paint and stark white walls, this room feels fresh and romantic all at once. Play with colour and scale to add this chic style into your home, and truly make it your own!

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