French Heritage is known for its high-quality, hand-crafted enchanting, elegant and eclectic French style furniture that is expertly mixed – combining classic styles with a contemporary flair that simply captivates you the moment you enter their beautiful showroom.
In this blog post, I share a few of my favorite furniture and decor discoveries from the showroom floor during the 2015 fall High Point Furniture and Design market.
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Bedroom Furniture & Decorative Accents
Stately and opulent the Lilles Wood bed from the Maison collection evokes the eternally timeless appeal of luxe French Country style. The intricate details of this Louis XVI style bed are artfully hand-crafted. This beautiful vignette is accessorized with the romantic Roussillon skirted chair and the Lilles nightstand.
The splendid Passy Wing bed from the Maison collection evokes glamorous memories of the very luxurious and dramatic silver screen bedrooms portrayed in early Hollywood movies.
The Surene bed from French Heritage’s Maison – Modernly Classic collection is most definitely a bed fit for a style loving princess. The carved top piece on the headboard can be easily removed to create a simple profile for those decorating divas seeking classic French style with a touch of contemporary styling.
Sofas, Chairs & Case Goods
With its sophisticated Art Deco inspired silhouette and divine coloring, the Trocadero loveseat stole my design heart and refuses to let go. This decorative seating piece was on my list of top furniture picks from this fall’s High Point Market (that post coming soon!).
Divine hand-crafted and decoupaged Medici Buffet from French Heritage’s Avenue collection paired with the Rouen chair which possesses a classic Louis profile, dressed in a hand-painted and sophisticated fashion forward leopard print upholstery and its frame painted in a crocodile-skin inspired finish.
Ethereally pretty, this vignette captures the spirit of French romance in design. The graceful Brunoy commode from the Maison-Parc Saint-Germain collection pairs with a lovely and quite welcoming upholstered Auteil chaise lounge.
A whimsically pretty take on Mid-Century design, the Evreux chair quickly morph into an impromptu “tete-a-tete” seating arrangement as shown here.
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