3 French Home Design Trends You Need to Know About

3 French Home Design Trends You Need to Know About

There is no better time to tackle the home improvement projects that have taken a back seat in recent months, than spring.  With warm weather just around the corner, we decided to embark on a tour of French design to provide you with the best decor ideas to inspire your future home makeovers.

So, pack your belongings, put them in your nearest self-storage unit, and embrace the whole new interior experience with our guide!

#1 Art Deco

Art Deco, also known as ‘style modern’, is a movement in decorative arts and architecture that originated in the 1920s and quickly streamlined into a glamourous design trend.

The aesthetic movement rose and fell in the period between the two world wars and played a role in shaping the West’s modern imagination. The Art Deco style was one of the most exciting and influential styles of the 20th Century, and it is one that still influences home design today!

Art deco is also a popular style embraced by many social media influencers – and we understand why. Characterised by rich colours (such as emerald green), bold geometry and decadent detail work, the style still brings in glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes.

#2 French Style

You know what they say… Paris is always a good idea! And if you’ve always dreamed of waking up to a view of the Seine, now is the chance to turn your dreams into reality.

French interiors are chic and relaxed, but there are still a few rules to live by while re-doing your interior space.

So, what you should know if you chose French design? Firstly, always respect history. If you know the history of your place, try to bring its iconic character into the room you’re working on, along with practical luxury and sense of space – all of which are very characteristic of French interior design.

When it comes to accessories, the French adopt the same laissez-faire attitude to their homes as their personal sense of style.

To give your house a distinctive French spin, browse around the local second-hand shops, and look for vintage accessories that you could mix up with more modern pieces. Ooh-la-la!

#3 Bohemian features

Indoor hammocks and swing chairs are on the rise – with the bohemian interior trend in general dominating our Pinterest and Instagram newsfeeds.

‘Bohemian’ was a name used to distinguish certain people who lived a particular lifestyle.  The modern ‘shabby chic’ home décor trend was born out of in fact. These days, more and more influencers are embracing it too.

The Bohemian design style mostly consists of a bright, patterned, multi-cultural melange of memorable layers and elements you simply cannot miss or forget for its uniqueness – it can create a focal point in the room which catches everyone’s attention.

Whilst there are no rules when it comes to decorating in a Bohemian style, warm earthy colours are commonly used, as are metallic and jewel tones. You will want to think deep browns, greens and greys for base colours, then accessorizing with deep purples, fiery oranges, and electric blues.

Bear in mind that combining and layering colours is what makes this style unique, so you can be bold about it!

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