- The space has combined really traditional furniture and elements and in a modern way;
- The portraits across the wallpaper only enhance it and create a wonderful contrast of styles;
- The combination of Louis XV and XVI furniture keeps it interesting;
- Colours are gorgeous, soft blues and grey tones that contast with the red, black and just a touch of gold to lift it.
I LOVE this console from Provencal Escapes by Caroline Clifton-Mogg and it reminds me of a beautiful italian painted centre table I have coming back from France. The floor in this photo is incredible - ah if only I had a stone floored French chateau! I love the geometric, olive green floor against the curves of this day chaise. I have an obsession at the moment with big old portraits. The red feather duster just adds a splash of colour and is oh so fitting with the style of the room!
I have been searching for one of the painted Louis XVI marble top tables for ages. My parents have for years had a similar one as their bedside table. Unfortunately they don't look like giving it up any time soon so I will just have to keep on looking.