The French provincial furniture style is often more rustic in appearance. For example, large tables, cabinets, closets, and buffets are popular for the French country style. In most cases, these elements are made of local woods such as pine, walnut or oak. Embroidered seats and other fabric items are common in the French provincial decor. The patterns are different from most striking embroidery is in French castles, using images of the countryside, such as farm animals and hunting scenes.
In addition, French provincial furniture decor can be painted with several different colors of laminated together. The effect gives furniture a deep and multidimensional aspect. In many cases, the furniture is also anxious to increase their robust look. Typically, hinges, knobs and handles are made of wood or rustic metal such as copper or wrought iron.
Often, the French provincial furniture wooden shelves include an entire room. The shelves can be stacked to include a wide range of accessories, such as vases, pitchers, tea sets, oil lamps, and books. Aside from finding a home on the shelves, these elements may also be located on the end tables, placed on the tops of buffet, or located in an open closet. In many kitchens, pots and pans hanging from hooks in the ceiling, giving easy access chef.