French Interior

I’d class french interior style as minimal but in a way that is small amounts of very good quality objects, including antiques. Neutral but classy. This also applies to fashion. Antique being vintage Levi’s, bootcut.

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The French woman laid on the bed after a laborious breakfast, smoking a cigarette in silk pyjamas under a monsterously beautiful chandelier, as nonchalant as the drifting smoke.

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Your choice of unapologetic vintage telephone to lean to in your seconds of social interaction

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I think part of the French casual-cool is the minimalism that is so GOOD. For the put-away types, treat them like glad rags, in a handsome wardrobe.

And when it comes to the actual kitchen, … Pardon, Kitchenette. A shit white oven is essential, or at least a white range-style. Go for, domestic goddess in training. Quaint.

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And some French style touches, I know the teal velvet isn’t so minimal but that is my take on it. The glass pendant I’d place in a small bathroom, or kitchen French patisserie style. I think the Deco style also goes well, for example in these pendant lights(5).

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2.Also available in Yellow, Grey and Striped Linen. Caden Armchair

4. Paris Pendant Light

5. Deco Pendants

All at Graham & Green

6. Farrow & Ball Whites – (Very Slight Warmth )Wimborne, White Tie, Pointing &  (contemporary) Strong White

 

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