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Timber French Country Chairs

French country style can almost bring the warmth of Provence lavender fields into any home and make you forget that you are not in a French pastoral cottage. The casual feel of this kind of decorating makes for a welcoming and rustic home, also creating the feel of the old world. Lush and soft armchairs that the kings used to love are only one ways to show off the French style. You also need some French country timber chairs to use by the dining table or even in the garden.

Reproductions or Antiques

Antique chairs are worth their price if you want some authentic chairs for your home. Each piece of vintage or antique furniture usually has its own fascinating story to tell and you could wow your guests with such tales and also enjoy having a bit of history around your house. However, if you do not care too much about maintaining an older piece, the reproductions are also a great way to add some classic style to your interior decor.

Styles

Typical French country timber chairs are hard seats with vertical wooden slats. The back of the chair could be either rectangular or have a more curved, round shape. You can use special pillows on these chairs to make them more comfortable to sit on. This is also where you can play with colours by choosing funky or more elegant fabric depending on the event. Some chairs also include upholstery, but this is rather uncommon. In terms of colour, white seems to be the most popular option.

Number of Chairs

The number of French country chairs to buy for your home depends on how much space you have for them. Such elegant chairs are not for standing dejectedly in the garage, waiting for their time to shine, so they should always be in view. Measure the space you have by your table or wherever you want to put the chairs and also take into account some extra room, so people could easily get in and out of the chairs.

Timber Types

High quality timber chairs are from hardwood that is completely dry before manufacturing and lasts long. While you cannot see much from under the finish these rustic chairs have, each timber does have its unique signature marks. For the best quality, choose hardwood chairs from oak, teak, walnut, maple, birch, mahogany, or cherry.

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