Rustic French Country House



There are places that give people certain moods that make us feel welcome, comfortable and cozy. The house in the picture does not seem to belong to the real world, thanks to the atmosphere. It provides a certain mood, a romantic one that makes you appreciate the beauty of the green space that surrounds the house and not only. Besides the bohemian air of the environment, the house gives the impression that it has not been inhabited for a long time, hence the rustic character.

If the outside invites to meditation, the interior reveals the personality of the owner, probably a painter. Once we open the door, we see a new world, one in which wood reigns and creates a rustic mood that remembers the past and our childhood. The green and white shades are in harmony with the great view the windows offer, the furniture pieces are in the spirit of the period and provide that nice and cozy feeling that invites you to feel at ease and dream.

In addition,Franceis the best country you can dream of… Not all people get to appreciate a simple and complex place like this. The terrace is perfect for meditation, giving the inspiration any artist needs. The decorative elements, the paintings, the candlesticks on the table, the wooden beams and the colorful bricks are the splash of color that makes the difference in this unreal world.


Published by in Interiors, on August 11th, 2011

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