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The secrets of a French interior

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Hamptons Style Furniture

In many respects the Hamptons style takes much inspiration from the French provincial style but adds that light coastal charm. Think classic french armchairs but in white or light lime wash, French sofas in antique white with linen, even a French chandelier but in light finish. Here we look at a central coast interior we…

French Timber Pelmets Sydney

  We are proud to offer these gorgeous unique custom timber pelmets designed here in Sydney.  Every timber pelmet is hand designed, hand made and installed to suit your interior carefully. Ornaments We have an exquisite range of ornaments to adorn your pelmet, so that the level of decoration can be customised to your taste….

Classic Curtains

Classic Elegant Curtains Classic drapes completely transform an interior. Nothing adds style and elegance like drapery. There is an art to choosing the right curtain shape and fabric for each room. Jean-Christophe has been helping his clients dress their windows for over two decades, so he truly understand the importance of getting this element perfect….

July 20, 2020

Wall Panelling Classic Designs

Decorative Wall Panelling is a great way to enhance internal walls and the decorative features of any room. Not only does it help create structure to the design of the room, it looks great in any room. The are many options. Here are some examples from projects we’ve done. Modern timber wall  panels In this…

French Decor

Adding décor to your French interior

After you have made all the big decisions and invested into new furniture the final touches are finally here. This is where you can tie your interior together and often make it all come other with a few final touches. In these interiors décor such as vases, cushions, tassels, prints, throws and flowers are what…

Gold Finished French Glass Top Coffee Table

Gold finishes and the French look

Gilded finishes have been traditional in all furniture and interiors throughout Europe and in particular in France, Italy and Spain. Gilded finishes vary in both the type of metal used – it can also be silver or copper – as well as the final finish, it can be burnished bright or antiqued with special powders…

Classic French Dining Setting

Caring for your French dining table

The Expansion Gap On Frame Top and Parquetry tables the framed border does not allow for contraction and expansion of the timber, that is why we have a small gap between the frame and the central panel on the top. It is a 2mm expansion gap which allows the expansion and contraction of the central…