Here are the cutest stools I found - Aren't they so charming? These were in a different shop and were somewhat reasonably priced, but certainly these could be made, without too much effort. :)
Don't you just love this painted piece? It stands over 9 feet tall. A bit grand - I adore the finials on top. I also love the hardware to open and close the doors.
Here is a simple painted dining chair - although I would do a different fabric on the seat.
This is an antique french table that was 12 feet long. It's wider than it looks in the picture. I would love to find something like this in France and have it shipped back. This was priced at $5500.
Two more french chairs that were reupolstered. These were priced at $3200 a piece, and the pillows were 200 each. I'd say a trip to France would be worth every penny - Qu'est ce que vous en pensez?
In closing today - I wanted to pay homage to a man, who really was one of the first to bring French Country design into American homes many years ago... Charles Faudree.
|(Image from traditionalhome.com)|
I'm so grateful for the talent and inspiration he shared. Thank you Charles - May you rest in peace.