French furniture consists of two types of furniture, one of which is mature and made in Paris, used before courts and for kings. This furniture is also used by the rich upper class families and the other part of French furniture is the French provincial furniture.
The French provincial furniture is made in the cities and this is really hard furniture that doesn’t break easily. Furniture made in provincial towns like Lyon follow the design techniques that cannot be copied. These are made with such innovations that each piece looks like a one-off.
The French provincial furniture is strongly inspired by the luxury trade in Paris. Some of the main features of French provincial furniture are the cabriolet legs and carving is easy. Wheat pattern is implied in the carving of the dining room chairs and the ladder chair for the backrest is covered with a rushed fabric. The processing is different for different colors and the comfort is the best advantage of using the luxurious French furniture. French furniture represents tradition and class, which are a must for high-class companies.
French furniture defines the meaning of elegance and beauty in unique details. The famous French furniture also has designs that are baked. Most French vintage furniture tends to fade, and sometimes the vintage furniture also cracks, so it also requires a lot of maintenance.
- Tile murals: These types of murals are first painted on the number of tiles and then attached to the walls. Ordinary bathroom tiles are commonly used for this purpose.
- Ceramic murals: These murals consist of mirrors, tiles, ceramic pieces and mosaics. Such murals are usually inspired by canvases and look like an enlarged painting.
- Climbing & crossing murals: In addition to the two categories above, we also offer climbing and crossing murals.