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La Residence Interiors

18 Jun 2019

Luxury Surrey-based furniture and home accessories brand, La Residence Interiors, and handcrafted paint and wallpaper experts Farrow & Ball are teaming up for a special event later this month in an effort to solve a variety of common decorating problems.

The “Really useful home decorating solutions session” is being held at La Residence Interiors’ furniture showroom in Alfold, near Cranleigh, on Thursday 27 June from 10.30am until 12.30pm and is free to attend. 
Refreshments will be served and there’ll be a chance to win a Farrow & Ball home colour consultation worth £195 on the day, as well as enjoy 10% off La Residence Interiors’ stunning home accessories – the perfect accompaniment to a beautiful new colour scheme!

 The team from Farrow & Ball Guildford will be on hand to give advice on any decorating issues, while all the latest paint colours and exciting new metallic wallpapers will be on display.
  Visitors to the showroom will also be able to browse the furniture and accessories, all displayed in an aspirational lifestyle setting. 
 Co-founder of La Residence Interiors, Sarah Cook, said: “We’re really looking forward to getting together with the Farrow & Ball team and hosting an advice session that will be really practical and useful. 
“We hope it will be popular with our current customers and will appeal to other people in the local area who are interested in homes and interiors and who would like to come along.”
 If you could do with some professional advice, there is still time to submit your decorating dilemma to La Residence Interiors and be in with a chance to win a £25 gift voucher to spend in store, even if you can’t make it to the event.
 The gift voucher will be awarded to the top 10 decorating dilemmas as chosen by La Residence Interiors’ co founder Sarah Cook, and will feature on the company’s website following the home decorating solutions session being held at their showroom in Alfold, near Cranleigh.
The event is being held at: La Residence Interiors, Units 15-16 Alfold Business Centre, Loxwood Road, Alfold, Surrey GU6 8HP.
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Are You Feeling Fancy? | FRENCH FANCY

Melody Maison

18 Jun 2019

What is French style?

French style is that timeless elegance that French interiors ooze in abundance. Think neutral toned interiors, luxury upholstery and ornately detailed furniture with a colour palette dominated by whites, creams and pastel shades. Nothing is too detailed, too vintage or too opulent for a French-inspired interior due to the assortment of décor themes that come under the umbrella ‘French style’.

Classic French
Classic French style can be characterised by the furniture produced during rococo era France. Furniture was designed and crafted with incredible attention to detail – the more ornate the piece, the more it costs and therefore the wealthier the family appeared. In the present day, we can achieve the rococo look for a fraction of the price. For instance, our Pays Blanc Range of furniture is just as stunning as pieces created during that time, but you don’t have to reside in a chateau to be able to own it!

Vintage French
Vintage French is that classic Parisian look we were inundated with during the height of French cinema in the 1960s. The image of high ceilings, antique details and all white everything dominates our view of French interiors today, and for a good reason, it never goes out of style! To achieve the vintage French look aim to include items such as this Ornate Mirrored Wall Sconce or Antique White Wall Mirror – both items have that all important French style without the ostentatious look of classic French pieces.

Rustic French
The Rustic French look is a little different. Rather than the chateaus and city centre apartments that instantly come to mind when trying to implement the styles previously discussed, rustic French style is best identified as the classic country farmhouse look with a twist – a very shabby twist. Shabby chic is the name often attributed to rustic French interiors. It’s one of our favourite interior styles and is an incredibly easy look to achieve. Think beautiful painted furniture with an aged or weathered finish, vintage-inspired wall prints, and always include flowers for a pop of colour.
View our full French Fancy collection and find your perfect French style.

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