Wednesday, February 12, 2014

How To Add French Country Style To Your Kitchen



french country kitchen

You don't have to be a decorator for a adding a touch of style to your French country kitchen decor. Small changes such as adding the stencils on the walls and coordinate your tablecloths and dishes can do wonders to make your kitchen looks like an old French Country Inn.


You don't need to go and buy all new furniture, but for a great country French look, you need a couple looking antique painted pieces. All hand-painted stencil, or Chippy or aging paint will do. Decorative accessories are essential for your design theme of French country style home decoration for the contract. You can totally change the look of your room by just replacing the accessories! Focus on getting the tablecloths, crockery and patterns, in the colors and patterns that match your country French look. Lighting is essential in any kitchen and your country French kitchen is no exception. If we look at the lighting in a kitchen, you need good fresh general lighting and task lighting. If you are using a French country style decorating, trying to install a chandelier painted or glass with Crystal lamps or scones, and make sure you avoid something that also modern with straight lines.

How you dress your windows effects also look of decoration for the country home of the French-style. There are several Windows that go with this design, especially if you match other fabrics or colors in the room, but you should avoid heavy contemporary fabrics. Trying to use a curtain beautiful canvas or pure substances with a wooden painting of valance printed in major difficulties.

Painting your walls can consist of one of the larger and less expensive changes to your decorating project of the French country style home decor. For this look the colors of the room make a big difference-you consider using a light yellow or blue in the color of your wall or your bright accessories. Try using a painting of light color with moldings on the walls, or something else if you want, go with stencil.

After you paint the walls-do not forget to decorate! Try using paintings of country style with a flair French or interesting old kitchen utensils that you can hang on the wall groupings. Buy interesting old plates and tureen covers at garage sales and flea markets and fancy or use silk ribbon hangers to hang on the walls for an interesting effect.
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