When it comes to French antiques for your sun room, the French definitely have a unique way about these pieces. There are several beautiful pieces that were invented in France, and many of the styles originated in France. Standard furniture terms were derived from French words such as ormolu and marquetry. French style vintage furniture is renowned for its rich materials and refined nature, and usually fetches high prices at auctions and antique shops. One can pick up timeless styles that date back to the 17th century through to the early 19th century.
Now that summer is on our doorstep, one can start decorating or refurbishing their sun rooms using blended designs of European elegance with old world character and rustic country to achieve an inviting and graceful French country style decor, using French style vintage furniture. French antiques in particular strike the perfect balance of comfort and beauty, and are well suited to both country homes and modern elegant homes. For instance a wing armchair that was manufactured at the end of the Regence period, also known as a burr-hair is ideal for a sun room with its long wide comfortable cushioned seat.
A sun room is clearly part of the house, although the wall of windows and wood makes the room feel like the outdoors and the furnishings can be a mixture of antiques as well as modern cane furnishings. One can also choose a separate exterior design that is interesting and modern and the interior should have a different appeal. If you cannot create a glass ceiling then consider skylights. A sunroom can be decorated with indoor and outdoor furniture, by mixing and matching the furnishings to create an eclectic sunny room that is great for leisure and entertaining.
A large fan will help circulate the air so that one feels cool, although you can still bask in the sun from the wraparound windows. Such stylish French antiques combined with soft patterns and soothing hues, will bring warm accents and a welcoming decorating style into your sun room. In particular rustic French country decorating blends in well with modern which produces a relaxed casual look both inside and out and is a way of preserving family heirlooms.