Tori Sikkema, Interior | Architectural | Brand Photographer + Stylist, NJ NY CT + Beyond
Tips on how to achieve a French and European Farmhouse interior design vibe for your home.
Use natural materials: French and European farmhouse interiors are known for using natural materials like stone, wood, and natural fabrics. Incorporate these elements in your photoshoot to create an authentic feel.
Soft color palette: Choose soft, muted colors for your props and backdrops. Soft pastel colors like pale blues, greens, and pinks are commonly used in French and European farmhouse interiors.
Antique or vintage pieces: French farmhouse style often incorporates antique or vintage pieces. Use old, distressed furniture and decor items to give a rustic and authentic feel.
Rustic textures: Incorporate rough textures like burlap, linen, and unfinished wood to give a rustic, lived-in feel.
Floral and botanical elements: Add fresh flowers, greenery, and botanical prints to bring the outdoors inside and create a natural and inviting atmosphere.
French-inspired details: Include French-inspired details like fleur-de-lis motifs, toile fabrics, and vintage French signage to create an authentic French farmhouse feel.
Remember to keep it simple, cozy, and authentic. French and European farmhouse style is about creating a warm, inviting space that feels like home.
Enjoy the images from my photoshoot with Seeking Lavender Lane. Deb Foglia designed and styled her French and European Farmhouse with rich layers of colors, fabrics, and textures.
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