Glazed or decorative faux finishes and woodworking details throughout cabinetry
Hardware with carved details and a worn finish; oil-rubbed bronze, pewter, brushed metals or any hardware with a patina.
Architectural details are key; incorporate stone or rough tiles, hand-scraped wood beams, curved archways, intricate moldings and faux wall finishes including plaster or patterned wallpaper
Fabric choices tend to be richer and more formal using beautiful provincial patterns, like classic toile, with decorative trims, fringes or lacy accents.
Antiques are an important component to creating a French country space—use an antique armoire as your pantry in your kitchen or use it as a linen closet in the bathroom.
Integrate a vintage hutch or plate rack into your new cabinetry design for antique dishes or pottery
Install salvaged architectural ornamentation such as corbels, brackets, and other moldings