I have been such a traditionalist for so long and now am going much more towards the softer lines and french country. I love the relaxed feeling of these rooms and how welcoming they are. Switching over is a challenge, but I'm working at it. All of the above pics are just gorgeous. Hugs, Marty
So lovely. And look at how simple and wonderful the kitchen is. Just easy ... how can anyone be against that these days?! I'm a Country French fan as well. Nice. cheers, -susan
Hey Girlfriend...How are you doing? I'm trying to play "catch-up" once again! I just left messages on your last couple of posts!Ohhh...I do love French Country...it just speaks to everything I am!!! That first photo of the French country living room...ohhh my goodness, I could live there! I really do enjoy several different design styles but I have to say that French Country is my favorite! Thanks for sharing these beautiful frenchy homes!Love ya,Chari
Do you know...this is my favorite too! I love the beauty AND relaxing look it has. I loved reading your description about it. Beautiful pics! :-) L~
Beautiful photos! French Country is my favorite too. I love the soft, welcoming feeling of the design.I just found your blog and have enjoyed my visit. Can't wait to return!Blessings,Kathleen
im not sure of my style, simple for sure because i like my rooms to be easy care, open and airey as our home is not very large and too much stuff around me makes me feel closed in. At this point a mixture, but lately i have been leaning towards adding cream or white, i have never really been one for bold colors in our home. I love the pictures you posted and certainly would be a look i would like to achieve, i get confused with new country, shabby chic, cottage country and so on..however judging by the pictures on my blog you wouldnt know i like these different country styles but its going to slowly change.hugsjanet
Now Vicky, I prefer this so much better than the girdles on the wall..LOL!...Christine
I wouldn't say I necessarily have a favorite style- but i love rooms hat feel fresh, light, natural & comfortable with a bit of fun... whether they be french country or modern or traditional or whatever particular style...xoxo
French Country is my favourite too Vicky, but with just a dash of Traditional. Beautiful examples! Thanks for sharing them. -Brenda-
Hey guys, I see alot of you also love French Country, but how could you not... C/x , I want you to leave those gridles along gf, some of us gals need our gridles close in a pinch...lol janet, I like a mix too, I think a mix makes for a better dance! Thank you all for coming by. Brenda, when are you going to start your own blog? I need a place to come by and play...
Vicky, I have just found your blog and I love it. I feel I have found a kindred soul! I also love French Country and would love sharing my home story too. I am new to the blogging world and my focus is "thoughts, experiences, and opinions on Grandparenting, and growing older". It is evolving into much more. I have signed up on your site as a "follower" and would love for you to take a look at my blog.
my favorite? French country - like minds!
Gorgeous! Love the color palet of the first picture.
My favorite too, Vicky! You've always had GREAT taste! Really enjoyed this post. I'm off to take another look around!
Beautiful pictures! I love every bit of your post! Keep it up!Madisen
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Wow! I love French furniture, and the images you have shown are stunning. I especially loved the kitchen!
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I am an interior designer who embraces all styles. I live in an area that is more traditional so I have to manifest what the client wants. I,however love old world and especially french country so I enjoyed you posts very much. I am trying to introduce a more vintage look to clients through my new blog. Wish me luck!
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