Burlap Luxe French Home
I have taken an out-dated armoire and
styled it to fit in with my French
home adding all the French it needed.
Styling a French room,
for seasons to come.
A designers home, and a painters palette
muted in pale.
I love the way this armoire rises up to
greet all who enters our home
that lives rustic.
I avoid a formal sense of 'display' -
rooms that live feel far more personal.
When I create with paints it's all about questioning -
what would this piece like to become?
This part of the design process for the artist in me, plays -
out all things rural French.
New hardware, then sanded and aged adds to the feel of
authentic French history.
A bit of family history.
Seasonal foliage in a French weathered floral-
can adds to an informal mood.
Greeting the season inspired by the French -
A sense of natural comfort is found in every aspect
of French living.
The armoire doors before I removed the
leather and sanded down its finish.
Yes a dated feast.
Before drawer, before hardware.
Painted in a French patina, rural in style found in
almost every French home.
Aged as if unearthed from a French antique dealer.
My newly given patina as if acquired from
years of use.
An Iconic French living-room piece is the