Splitting the Difference
Integrating Modern Furniture into Your Home the French Way
In American design, we tend to choose an era, and stick with it. A home is traditional, or it's modern. And there's not much mixing between the two.
In French homes however, tulip tables are mixed with lush daybeds and antique chandeliers. Mid-century design icons are shown alongside farm tables and painted chests. Modern pieces are shown in traditional interiors and vice-versa. The result is a confident, rich, and unique style that appears to have evolved over a lifetime. Most often, because it has.