How To Give Your Home A French Country Look

This is a sponsored post written for Antique Farmhouse, as always all opinions are 100% my own and honest!  

Something about a farmhouse with a French country look has always drawn me in. Maybe it’s the Provence, French country design mixed with distressed wood, soft lighting and rustic hardware mixed with beautiful ruffles that excites me.  Here in the suburbs we don’t have farmhouses surrounding us but there are some definite ways to create this elegant but comfortable style in your own home.


Via Country Living

If you love the look of antiques but don’t have a shop nearby, I have the perfect online store for you.  Antique Farmhouse has many beautiful items to give you that perfect French country look.

To bring this warm decorating style into your home I have a few easy tips!


 Bring European elegance and old-world character together with this Recycled wood shelf, it is the perfect balance of beauty and design.


Add Lanterns throughout the home for a soft romantic glow.


No real French Country home is complete without a brick wall or fireplace.   Add beautiful beams and you are set, stone mixed with brick equals perfection! metal-rolling-cart_5

Add a Metal Rolling Rack cart for laundry or simply for decor to add more cottage charm to a space!


An important element in pieces used in French Country style decorating is the use of natural materials.  This beautiful Boxed Bottle Centerpiece mixed with glass bottles is perfection!

Check out more amazing tips below!

How to Give Your Home a French Country Look

I hope I have helped you create a warm, comfortable, and beautiful space all at the same time!  Thank you so much for stopping in today!

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  1. Love your ideas and photos. But, just so you know. . . it’s WROUGHT IRON, not rod iron. Please make the correction on your graphic and any where else you may have made that mistake. I’m sure it was just an oversight.

    1. Thank you Mary Claire! I’ve noticed that and my original was made on my old computer that crashed. I’m trying to get tricky so I don’t need to redo the whole graphic 🙂

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