Love French Farmhouse? Here’s How to Get the Look Inside Your Home

Indulge yourself in the charm of French interiors and find out how you can bring it into your home.
Love French Farmhouse? Here’s How to Get the Look Inside Your Home

There is much more to farmhouse interiors than what first meets the eye. Its origins go back centuries, and there’s a different take on the style depending on where you are in the world. Generally, the American farmhouse style is most common in interiors, but scratch (or google?) a little further, and you’ll uncover the variety of cultural takes on farmhouse interiors; From coastal to country, Tuscan to Scandinavian.

French farmhouse applies the same rules you’d expect to find inside a traditional American farmhouse. Still, it has a more rustic and enchanted feel, embracing the old romance of the Provence wherever possible. Likewise, the interiors are meant to feel old-world and lean more towards the rustic farmhouse aesthetic than polished and sleek. 

How to decorate French Farmhouse style

Today, we’re showing off a beautiful example of a French Farmhouse and how you can get a look inside your home. The French elegance and charm are interiors that many of us dote on but tend to shy away from as it can be challenging to get it right, especially when there are many moving parts. Yet, with an idea in mind and a few simple touches, your home can imitate that of a whimsical old French farmhouse and retain the European sophistication you’ve always wished for.

In this blog, we’re taking a look inside a beautiful home designed by Santa Barbara-based interior designer Madison Nicole. The home strikes the perfect balance in achieving the French farmhouse look; every room gleams charm with the unfinished and untouched aesthetic from the furniture while never compromising on cosiness with various textures. Let’s take a look around and find out how to bring the interior style into your home.

Living Room

Dining Room



Photo Credits: Style Me Pretty

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