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Timeless with strong and distinctive lines, the French provincial style is a very European style that tailored highly decorative furniture to better suit life in the countryside. During the 17th and 18th centuries in France, the furniture created for French royalty was intricate and ornate, with wood pieces often carved and even gilded. It should not be forgotten that at this time, Versailles and Parisian society often set the fashion for the rest of the country. Coming from an 18th century that was meant to be set apart from an “overly urban” Paris, classic but relaxed, often white with gilding and discreet floral accents, at the crossroads of rococo, rustic and French country styles, French provincial furnishings fit easily into a setting and give any room a resolutely European, hyper-elegant and very inspired look.

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