France has seemingly always been a beacon of fashion and trendiness, and it’s no different when it comes to interior design. The French love to blend the traditional with the modern, allowing them to stay on top of new trends while also retaining some of their rich history. White walls and white furniture liven up old, dark Parisian spaces, and are a feature of French decor. Furniture is often wood framed, with patterned upholstery and cushions. To retain some old-world Parisian glamour, chandeliers and ornate candleholders are popular in French homes, along with oversized tapestries and wall-mounted mirrors.
Another fashion-forward country is the land of Great Britain, where decor has evolved throughout the years but still seems to set trends as it grows. Popular in Britain at the moment is shabby chic, a warm, inviting, and laid-back style of interior design. Once what would have been referred to as bohemian is now squarely in the British mainstream. S...