This apartment has been fully styled and is a combination of French Provincial and Country Style. The textures throughout the home consist predominately of wood, linen, cotton and wool. The colour palette though lends itself to a mixture of French Provincial and Hamptons with different shades of grey, beige, navy and natural colours. Pieces have been sourced both new and from various antique outlets. Numerous pieces in this home are often a talking point for visitors, as collectively, they create a home full of warmth and peace.
This lamp is a classic piece. Given the wall colour and pieces in the bedroom, these lamps are timeless and elegent, suiting the style of the home perfectly.
This stunning provincial style chair offers comfort, support and a beautiful aesthetic as an office chair in this home. The duck egg blue offers timeless elegance and feminism, while the off-white material allows it to be not only a feature, bur versatile in numerous spaces.
Louis Style Armchair
A Louis Style armchair is a must for any French Provincial Style home. It looks absolutely stunning and is a talking piece in the loungeroom, or guest bedroom, for many a visitor.
A beige rug is very versatile and suits multiple spaces and styles. In this home, it sits on top of wooden floorboards and underneath a chalkwhite wooden coffee table. It adds warmth, comfort and texture to the living area.
I love being creative with pieces, and this dresser draw is the perfect example. The dresser draw was purchased from IKEA, however, the knobs are from Provincial Home Living. The provincial style knobs dress up these draws and can be taken off and used elsewhere at a later stage.
Becc has a unique and genuine style, which I believe, has roots in her rural upbringing. I admire Becc’s style which channels elements of country and sophistication; traditional and contemporary; rustic and charm. She has a distinctive gift for creating the perfect balance in any room or home she styles.