Most of the pieces look vintage or they are made-to-look-old and they integrate with the country character, with the muted colors, and with the decayed surfaces.
The seating pieces are certainly the most interesting pieces in here - there are no less than three large seating pieces, two of them are actual beds.
These beds give an unique feeling to this room: a space for true multitasking, a space that reflects the past life in the country when both daily and night activities used to happen under one common roof.
The canopy bed with a roof-like structure has a large, impressive presence, yet this grand presence merges with the rest while still creating a focal point.
The sofa has a contemporary design, but the color and the simple stripe throw / textile that covers it make the sofa a piece that integrates smoothly with the other pieces around.
The floor lamp (almost unnoticeable in the corner at the window) is another contemporary piece, but its elementary design creates a link with the other pieces' functional simplicity.
Living room; France. Mathilde Labrouche. Interior photos via Elle Decor.
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