The French Farmhouse trend draws its inspiration from the forms of 17th Century French Provincial furniture, modified with rustic finishes and treatments for an antique charm. Interiors are eclectic, with a mix of periods, finishes, and styles, leading to an idiosyncratic design—spaces feel as if they were built around the people who occupy them. A mix of untreated woods and natural linens, and a noticeable lack of technology inform the natural simplicity of the style.
This collection of Bedroom and Dining furniture takes these classic characteristics of French Farmhouse style and pushes them to a slightly more modern, fun, and individualistic aesthetic. While still incorporating bleached oak, the collection uses bursts of bright, trendsetting colors to shake loose from the rut of off whites that define most other similar collections. The dining chairs come either in bleached oak, or a paint-dipped version in multiple colors, to be mixed and matched to the consumer’s choosing. The collection was also designed with indoor gardening hobbyists in mind, with a display cabinet modeled after a Wardian case, and a sideboard that’s just begging to be covered in potted plants.