Dining Room Rules: An How To For French Country Dining Rooms!

An all around French aura!

We all know and love the French cuisine. This time around make your weekend plans be all about the French culture. We already gave you the how to french dine, this time around we give you the dining rules for the perfect french country dining rooms!


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A simple dining room, for the French taste, requires a certain rustic touch. Embodying a certain rustic elegance, a French country dining room goes hand in hand with a bouquet of peonies as the centre table.

Decluttered is the keyword here. Elegance is key, yes but you must be careful into what you decide to gather in your dining room design. Simple dining room elements are easy to find and even easy to gather some key points in your room. Go for the white tones. Easy and charming as ever!

To make a lasting impression in your guests go for a simple yet delicate bar cart. A one of a kind item that will turn your dining room in no time! For the French touch, go for a metal and wood bar cart. Discreet and on point!

Add your own touch. Don’t go overboard of course, but don’t stick to the style itself too much as well. Go for the neutrals. Neutrals give the room some air to breathe and you’ll see how different it will be once you have this on your dining room decor!

All in all, add different textures when it comes to linen. Our tip is to go vintage and gather some surprises you found in a thrift shop nearby and you’ll see the iconic difference it will make in your dining room!


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