Old French Style in todays world

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We are starting to see more French styles making a stronger appearance in today's culture and design. The French style is a very elegant one and brings sophistication into any room if designed correctly. In today's culture you will see that the French influence has been toned down; toned down in the sense of less elegant. If used with light colors and used with a more simple structure interior design can reach a whole new level of comfort. A lot of flats and apartments are becoming increasing popular with the French furniture designs.

The curves, engravings, and art of the chairs combined with the simplicity of an well designed room brings a relaxing, yet, classy look. New York apartments have been increasingly using French chairs and furniture to style the interior design.  A white wall with a beautiful red velvet French couch with a sleek stand up lamp is a perfect example of this amazing interior design.

Just because this style works so well in apartments don't let it stop you from bringing into your house. A lot of vintage or antique styles of French chairs, couches and other furniture are popular as well. There are manufactures that even produce new furniture but the old vintage French look to create a classy room in any house.  Granted there isn't any replacement for an actual antique, but if you want something that will last longer and give you better quality you may want to look into purchasing new items with the vintage design.

The apartment or flat look is great because there are usually large windows overlooking the city to complete the look. If you are really lucky you can even find an apartment with brick walls with really give you the stunning city interior design that many strive for but only a few can achieve.  A home usually can capture that historical elegant look which can make anyone feel like royalty. The increase of French style has opened the horizon for new ideas and greats styling techniques. The future looks bright for many new looks and decorating styles.



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This article was published on 2010/10/03