Provence style

Provence style
Provence style

South of France is olive groves and lavender fields. It is here formed a popular interior style.

 

Vintage or artificially aged furniture

Textured painted surface gives credence to the Provence style. All of the furnishings and decoration must bear the stamp of the time.  Main material is wood, ceramics. You can use wrought-iron furniture and accessories. It is appropriate to use the wicker chairs, baskets and ottomans.

Provence style

Rich decorations

Provence style is one of the richest trappings and decorations. It is especially true in the kitchen. You can use multiple containers for grains and spices, and colorful textiles, and boxes with aromatic herbs.

Provence style is characterized by protruding decorative ceiling beams, which can be painted to match the ceiling or in a contrasting color.

Provence style

Pastel colors

Colors should not be bright, should be preferred restrained muted shades.

Traditionally used pastel colors: white, milky, beige, olive, lavender, sea waves, ocher, sunflower, terracotta. Provence style is characteristic combination of pastel blue and pale yellow, symbolizing the flowering meadows of southern France.

 

Sea chords have to be reflected in the Provencal interior. You can apply all the shades of blue, various trinkets in the form of shells, sea birds, fishing nets. Sea theme must provide in the bathrooms.

Open kitchen and living room ideas

Open kitchen and living room

The kitchen is now a living room. It is more and more convivial, functional and trendy so that you can cook without leaving your guests. Obviously, it is a matter of lifestyle.

Best ideas of bathroom storage

bathroom storage

Our apartments seem to be dwarfing always. Unfortunately, this rather sad observation is valid for all the rooms, including that intended for daily body hygiene. We are about to explore a collection of clever ideas for bathroom storage.