7 French Interior Design Rules To Live By For An “Effortlessly” Chic Lifestyle

They’re surprisingly into recycling.

Despite the endless number of guides on how to dress “Like A French Girl,” we’re more interested in the effortlessly chic way that the French decorate their homes. They’ve got it down to a science: one part hair-blowing-in-the-breeze casual, one part monarchy-style elegance. For Chic Week, a week-long celebration of our 30th anniversary since hitting French newsstands, we asked some of our favorite French interior design experts how to master the oh-so-stylish home look.

“Almost all of our projects are exclusively in 17th-, 18th- and 19th-century buildings in the heart of Paris, which translates to a lot of history!” says Betsy Kasha of A+B Kasha, an interior architecture firm in Paris. “Each apartment has its own interesting story and specific charm which needs to be respected. A good design should bring together the iconic character and elegance of the space with practical luxury.”

For example, if the firm was working on a classic Haussmannian apartment (built between 1853 and 1870), which generally boast elaborate ceiling moldings, A+B Kasha would choose to avoid adding any recess lighting in order to maintain the character. Instead they might opt for dramatic floor lamps.

While working with a client who has very traditional Parisian taste, designer Jean-Louis Deniot had to convince him to adopt an eclectic approach. “He realized we needed to be more playful,” he says. “But that can be difficult. Nothing can be too arranged and stable. I tried to assemble things that shouldn’t be together in the first place, creating awkward juxtapositions.”

In the master bedroom, the portraits range from the 16th century to the 1960s. The leather rug is by Serge Lesage and in the corner of the room is a 1920s neo-Egyptian armchair lined in a Gaston y Daniela fabric.

“The whole idea is anti-decor,” says Deniot. “To make it look like the owner did it himself to make it look natural. Which is, of course, very French.”

Just as disheveled as they are elegant, French interiors are never too curated or too perfect.

“My number one rule for French interiors is: don’t try too hard! The French adopt the same laissez-faire attitude towards interiors as they do with their style,” says Marissa Cox, the Brit-turned-Parisian behind Rue Rodier , a French lifestyle and interior design blog. “Keep it simple, mix vintage with new, and allow your memories and treasures brought home from travels to shape the space rather than sticking to any particular interior style.”

Cox decorated her own Parisian home with art, books, and plants she enjoys individually, which organically creates a loved and lived-in space.

“The rule I follow when decorating is chiner, which means looking in many second hand shops to find the perfect pieces,” says French illustrator Alice Wietzel. “What’s important to me is to decorate in a sustainable and ecological way, and chiner, reusing, and reinventing a purpose for elements of decoration is part of that process.”

Here, she styled one of her prints available on Tictail with two vintage vases she found in Bordeaux and St. Malo and a cupboard found in her neighborhood.

Although the French do have an affinity for chic all-white interiors, color is how they’re able to bridge the gap between the old and the new. At Wink Déco, a contemporary French interior design blog, their rule is that. there are no rules. They like to blend colors, time periods, and really any design style that speaks to them and what could be more French than that?

“We like the mix up the furniture of the 50’s with more contemporary pieces,” the founders Emmanuel and Thomas tell us. “In order to unify the objects from various time periods in a room, we use a few strong and complementary colors that give uniformity to the set. The color connects the styles.”

Inside this 1930s house, Wink Déco blended Scandinavian design, vintage pieces, and sleek French style to create a unique bathroom designed for luxury.

French interiors are just as much about design as they are lifestyle. They appear so effortless, but only because they are built to accommodate the way you move through the room. There are nooks to lounge in and creative storage for all of your momentos, to make daily life a breeze. The design itself is far from relaxed, but living in a French-style maison couldn’t be easier.

Evane Haziza of ECCE Studio says that good French decor can only exist “if the space is well thought-out in terms of use.” From the furniture to the aesthetics, it should all have a function. “The decor must reflect the personality and life of the client. We think that it’s better to have fewer elements in a room, like beautiful vintage pieces or handcrafted objects.”

This home, designed by ECCE Studio, boasts plenty of mismatched seating for easy entertaining, be it casual or dinner party-style.

“Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose”: The more things change, goes the old French saying, the more they stay the same. Trends may come and go in politics, fashion, food, decor, you name it but the fundamentals of life are dependable, rooted as deeply as an ancient oak.

Designer Garance Aufaure’s home, a stately, late-18th-century home, has of course changed over time. Each generation has contributed to the modernization of the home. Yet the house remains essentially the same as it has always been. “I am constantly improving it while respecting what the previous generations did. It is the best way to keep it alive.”

The daybed and secretary in the master bedroom are Louis XVI, and the side table in the same style is from the 19th century.



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7 French Interior Design Rules To Live By For An “Effortlessly” Chic Lifestyle

They’re surprisingly into recycling.

Despite the endless number of guides on how to dress “Like A French Girl,” we’re more interested in the effortlessly chic way that the French decorate their homes. They’ve got it down to a science: one part hair-blowing-in-the-breeze casual, one part monarchy-style elegance. For Chic Week, a week-long celebration of our 30th anniversary since hitting French newsstands, we asked some of our favorite French interior design experts how to master the oh-so-stylish home look.

“Almost all of our projects are exclusively in 17th-, 18th- and 19th-century buildings in the heart of Paris, which translates to a lot of history!” says Betsy Kasha of A+B Kasha, an interior architecture firm in Paris. “Each apartment has its own interesting story and specific charm which needs to be respected. A good design should bring together the iconic character and elegance of the space with practical luxury.”

For example, if the firm was working on a classic Haussmannian apartment (built between 1853 and 1870), which generally boast elaborate ceiling moldings, A+B Kasha would choose to avoid adding any recess lighting in order to maintain the character. Instead they might opt for dramatic floor lamps.

While working with a client who has very traditional Parisian taste, designer Jean-Louis Deniot had to convince him to adopt an eclectic approach. “He realized we needed to be more playful,” he says. “But that can be difficult. Nothing can be too arranged and stable. I tried to assemble things that shouldn’t be together in the first place, creating awkward juxtapositions.”

In the master bedroom, the portraits range from the 16th century to the 1960s. The leather rug is by Serge Lesage and in the corner of the room is a 1920s neo-Egyptian armchair lined in a Gaston y Daniela fabric.

“The whole idea is anti-decor,” says Deniot. “To make it look like the owner did it himself to make it look natural. Which is, of course, very French.”

Just as disheveled as they are elegant, French interiors are never too curated or too perfect.

“My number one rule for French interiors is: don’t try too hard! The French adopt the same laissez-faire attitude towards interiors as they do with their style,” says Marissa Cox, the Brit-turned-Parisian behind Rue Rodier , a French lifestyle and interior design blog. “Keep it simple, mix vintage with new, and allow your memories and treasures brought home from travels to shape the space rather than sticking to any particular interior style.”

Cox decorated her own Parisian home with art, books, and plants she enjoys individually, which organically creates a loved and lived-in space.

“The rule I follow when decorating is chiner, which means looking in many second hand shops to find the perfect pieces,” says French illustrator Alice Wietzel. “What’s important to me is to decorate in a sustainable and ecological way, and chiner, reusing, and reinventing a purpose for elements of decoration is part of that process.”

Here, she styled one of her prints available on Tictail with two vintage vases she found in Bordeaux and St. Malo and a cupboard found in her neighborhood.

Although the French do have an affinity for chic all-white interiors, color is how they’re able to bridge the gap between the old and the new. At Wink Déco, a contemporary French interior design blog, their rule is that. there are no rules. They like to blend colors, time periods, and really any design style that speaks to them and what could be more French than that?

“We like the mix up the furniture of the 50’s with more contemporary pieces,” the founders Emmanuel and Thomas tell us. “In order to unify the objects from various time periods in a room, we use a few strong and complementary colors that give uniformity to the set. The color connects the styles.”

Inside this 1930s house, Wink Déco blended Scandinavian design, vintage pieces, and sleek French style to create a unique bathroom designed for luxury.

French interiors are just as much about design as they are lifestyle. They appear so effortless, but only because they are built to accommodate the way you move through the room. There are nooks to lounge in and creative storage for all of your momentos, to make daily life a breeze. The design itself is far from relaxed, but living in a French-style maison couldn’t be easier.

Evane Haziza of ECCE Studio says that good French decor can only exist “if the space is well thought-out in terms of use.” From the furniture to the aesthetics, it should all have a function. “The decor must reflect the personality and life of the client. We think that it’s better to have fewer elements in a room, like beautiful vintage pieces or handcrafted objects.”

This home, designed by ECCE Studio, boasts plenty of mismatched seating for easy entertaining, be it casual or dinner party-style.

“Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose”: The more things change, goes the old French saying, the more they stay the same. Trends may come and go in politics, fashion, food, decor, you name it but the fundamentals of life are dependable, rooted as deeply as an ancient oak.

Designer Garance Aufaure’s home, a stately, late-18th-century home, has of course changed over time. Each generation has contributed to the modernization of the home. Yet the house remains essentially the same as it has always been. “I am constantly improving it while respecting what the previous generations did. It is the best way to keep it alive.”

The daybed and secretary in the master bedroom are Louis XVI, and the side table in the same style is from the 19th century.



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Top 50 Luxury Yacht Interior Decorators and Designers

  • ACHILLE SALVAGNI ARCHITETTI – architecture and design firm, based in Rome, specializing in luxury residential projects and interior yacht design.
  • Adam Lay Studio – since 2003. “Exclusive Superyacht Design.” Adam Lay Studio is a design company that excels in the design of custom one-off superyacht interiors that have a special place in the hearts of their enthusiast owners.
  • ANOUSKA HEMPEL DESIGN – luxury hotels, restaurants, private villas and yachts.
  • ARGONAUTICA YACHT INTERIORS – custom yacht interiors.
  • BANNENBERG ROWELL DESIGN – award winning interior yacht design.
  • BARD DESIGN GROUP – yacht and residential interiors.
  • BILL AMBERG – “We offer a bespoke service for interior design using leather, whether it be a private residence, commercial property, aeroplane or yacht. Creating leather walls, furniture and features for an interior or exterior space.”
  • Christophe Leoni – French interior designer responsible for the sophisticated and luxurious interior in Empire style of the newly launched (April 5, 2013) world’s largest yacht M/Y Azzam.
  • CLAYDON REEVES – yacht exteriors, conversions interiors.
  • CANDY CANDY – “With the golden age of sailing enjoying a renaissance, Candy Candy’s attention to detail has been utilised to create luxurious accomodation onboard, culminating in the ultimate yachting experience.”
  • CITTOLIN POLLI – naval architecture interior decorating.
  • DALTON DESIGNS – “Dalton Designs has, for years, provided attentive interior design services for yacht and residential clients nationally and internationally.”
  • DEUTSCHE WERKST TTEN (German Workshops) – the company�s core areas of expertise are the interior furnishings of private holdings such as mansions, exclusive apartments and superyachts.
  • DESIGN STUDIO SPADOLINI – award-winning exterior and interior yacht design studio.
  • DONALD STARKEY DESIGNS – since 1989 Donald Starkey’s recognised expertise is in the planning, styling and interior design of large motor yachts.
  • EIDSGAARD DESIGN – yacht interiors.
  • Espen ino International – interior designer, yacht designer, naval architecht.
  • Evan K. Marshall Usonia V – “Turning Your Dreams Into Reality.” Yacht interiors since 1993.
  • GLADE JOHNSON DESIGN – serving the unique needs of the transportation industry, especially of custom motor and sailing yachts. We specialize in the inception, development and completion of interior and exterior concept designs, ranging from a solely conceptual package to a totally integrated living environment with touches like custom art, crystal, and dinnerware.
  • Hogenelst Super Yacht Interiors – since 1916. “The difference lies in the detail.”
  • JEAN-PHILIPPE NUEL – yacht interiors, architecture and interior design.
  • JONATHAN QUINN BARNETT JQB – established in 1995. For over ten years, the award-winning design studio has provided exterior and interior design services for challenging yacht projects ranging in size from 50 feet to well over 400 feet in length. Over the last five years, JQB Ltd has added land-based design services to its portfolio.
  • KEN FREIVOKH DESIGN – “Superyacht stylists architects and interior designers.”
  • LINLEY – “LINLEY have been commissioned to create stunning interiors for the world’s most luxurious yachts and private jets, combining bespoke furniture pieces and the talents of our in-house interior design team.”
  • LM PAGANO DESIGN – has decorated numerous homes for Nicolas Cage and Johnny Depp�s yacht VaJoLiRoJa.
  • March White – “Curators of Style.”
  • METRICA INTERIOR – yacht interiors.
  • MICHELA REVERBERI INTERIOR – high profile architect studio engaged in yacthing and residential interior design.
  • MICHAEL LEACH DESIGN – yacht interiors.
  • NUVOLARI-LENARD – Italian superyacht and megayacht (exterior interior) designers.
  • NYMPHENBURG – founded in 1747. Yacht furnishings.
  • OMEGA ARCHITECTS – “We design not only the exterior of buildings and yachts, but also their interiors. Because we believe that a strong unity of exterior and interior creates the distinction between merely functional design and high quality design that is both functional and aesthetic.”
  • PAULINE NUNNS – Chartered Architect and Interior Designer, formed P.M.Nunns Associates in 1978, initially to work on the creation and design of new buildings and the alteration and restoration of great historic houses and interiors, subsequently extending her services to design superyacht and luxury yacht interiors.
  • PETER H LSEMANN – responsible for the Yacht Interior Division of Deutsche Werkst tten.
  • REBECCA BRADLEY INTERIOR DESIGN
  • REDMAN WHITELEY DIXON RWD – “We create gracious living spaces in which every last detail is carefully planned to perform in balanced harmony within the yacht.”
  • R MI TESSIER – yacht and residential interiors.
  • ReQuest – “Serious Play.” Whether your brand of oceanic adventure calls for stirring orchestration or a pulsing bassline, life at sea deserves a suitable soundtrack. With a ReQuest system, your entire music and movie collection can follow you around the globe in style, no matter where the currents take you.
  • REYMOND LANGTON DESIGN – highly experienced and professional London based design studio, focusing on the conception, exterior and interior styling, planning, furnishing and project management of the world�s finest superyachts.
  • RHOADES YOUNG DESIGN – interior yacht designers for sailing yachts and motor yachts, classic and contemporary, creative yet considered.
  • Robbe Berking – since 1874.
  • Salvagni Architetti – custom home yacht interiors.
  • SINNEX – yacht interiors.
  • SINOT YACHT DESIGN – exclusive yacht interiors.
  • STEFANO RICCI – yacht interiors. An unmistakable style, made possible by the Florentine House’s craftsmanship according to their design codes: Californian briar-root, Tuscan travertine and crocodile skin.
  • TERENCE DISDALE DESIGN – “Creators of distinguished yachts jets.”
  • Todhunter Earle Interiors – since 1998. “Projects range from English country houses to well known restaurants, ocean-going yachts, nightclubs, 5 star hotels, ski chalets and beautiful homes worldwide.”
  • TRIMLINE INTERIORS – marine, superyacht, office, retail and leisure interior outfitting.
  • ULUTAS – yacht interiors.
  • VEDDER – custom yacht interiors.
  • W RZBURGER WERKST TTEN – yacht interiors.

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The Superhero of Superyachts

As the go-to design guru of the yacht world, renowned interior designer Patrick Knowles has perfected the art of squeezing grand concepts into compact spaces. He’s designed more than 100 gorgeous yacht interiors throughout his career and says the inherent challenges that come with the territory are oftentimes the most exciting part.

“No matter the size, there never seems to be enough room. When you’re working in spaces that typically have an overhead height of seven feet, the scale of everything changes, and if it’s not respected, the space can appear heavy-handed or clumsy,” explains Knowles. And then there’s the challenge of designing a deck space that complies with maritime certifications but simultaneously respects the owner’s requirements—like landing a helicopter on deck or housing a submarine, motor bike or car. Knowles also has to carefully consider the layout of bedrooms—specifically where the beds are placed, as owners can be sensitive to the direction they’re facing while sleeping.

“Another obstacle is the ‘law of attachment.’ Boats move, and so do the components inside them. A yacht designer is always striving for what I call ‘operational utopia,’ which means that every time a yacht leaves port, anything that has the potential to move can be put down or stowed,” he says. “Over the years, we’ve fine tuned this process to a science. I personally find stimulating.”

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French interiors are always a favorite style for many of my readers and I am happy to share a new Interior Design Ideas today with only French interiors! Here you will find many different kinds of French interior styles, such as French country, rustic French and of course, classic traditional French interiors.

If you love French homes like I do, you will always enjoy seeing some stunning French architecture just like the home shown above, and you can t talk about French influences without talking about Paris and that s why I have included some inspiring photos of the City of Light at the end of this post.

Let s dream we re somewhere in Paris, seeing beautiful stores, elegant people and eating some delicious food in a charming cafe. It s not too hard to imagine that, is it?

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Photo By Mikkel Vang.

Designed by Decor de Provence.

Small French Country Kitchen

Via Persephone s Box.

Via Persephone s Box.

Via The Decorista.

Via That Inspired Girl.

Rustic French Country Kitchen

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Via That Inspired Girl.

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Classic French Country Mantelpiece

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Designed by Twist Interior Design.

Paint Color: The walls and trim are Benjamin Moore OC 17 White Dove (matte walls with semi gloss trim).

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Designed by Décoration et Provence.

Designed by Décoration et Provence.

Via That Inspired Girl.

Designed by Rose Roberts Interior Design, Inc.

Photograph by Francis Hammond of Hôtel de Charost, the Paris residence of the UK ambassador.

Via Dust Jacket.

Via That Inspired Girl.

Via Persephone s Box.

Via Persephone s Box.

Via Persephone s Box.

By French Larkspur.

Designed by The French Mix Interior Design.

Designed by The French Mix Interior Design.

Via Georgiana Design.

Designed by French Interior Designer Frédéric Méchiche.

Via Persephone s Box.

Via Cote de Texas.

Designed by Twist Interior Design.

Via This Ivy House.

Designed by The French Mix Interior Design.

Via That Inspired Girl.

Via That Inspired Girl.

Designed by Wheat s Landscape.

Balcony Over Parc Monceau, Paris VIII.

Via That Inspired Girl.

Restaurant Le Troubadour Paris

Photo by by Ramelli Serge.

Who would you want to share this view (and that bottle of champagne) with?

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How are you doing today? I have to say this week was way too complicated and I can t wait for the weekend. Anyone feeling the same way?

I apologize for not posting our Interior Design Ideas on Thursday as I usually do. Trust me, I tried, but life doesn t always go the way we plan, right?I am trying to get all organized around here, so next week everything goes back to normal.

Sometimes, I wish I had my family living close by to give me a hand or lots of money to have someone to help with my house, a cook, a massage therapist LOL

Enjoy your weekend, my friends and I hope we can all relax more and feel more rejuvenated next week!



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