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In the dining room of this Tulsa home, the original plasterwork sets an elegant tone. Painted panels above the doors add French country charm that is enhanced by the bespoke gilded cornices on the window treatments.
Presided over by an imposing buffet, the dining room has an antique French farm table and candlelit chandelier. Wallpaper made to mimic barn siding is the perfect rustic complement to the antique blue painted chairs and buffet in this kitchen. See more of the same kitchen in the next slide.
The backsplash is an antique fireback found at the Paris flea market. In the breakfast room, a banquette utilizes the area near the windows.
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An antique tole chandelier illuminates the space while garden prints decorate the walls. Before a trip to England, the owner of this home asked Faudree what she should buy for the house.
Her collection now adorns the walls of the guest bedroom. The blue-and-white toile on the chairs and ottoman is a beautiful complement to the blue-grey walls and the gingham draperies. White leather wing chairs look stately in the master bedroom. Striped silk pillows that match the window treatments soften the look. Faudree often adds timeless grace to a room with blooming plants or cut flowers. Faudree placed his signature touch on the house with the toile in this bedroom.
Here, the fabric drapes extravagantly from a Louis XVI-style bed. The highlight of the small guest bedroom is the lit clos enclosed bed that is wrapped like a gift box in red toile. Curtains draw to create a cozy little nook. Walls in the master bedroom are painted green to play up the country feeling, while an antique light fixture adds wholesome charm. In the master bedroom, an oversized wing chair in blue toile is pulled up next to the fireplace. Faudree says, "The mix in the girl's bedroom shown here is more about pattern than collectibles.
Pink toile on the little chair and bed curtains mixes with stripes on the wall, a hand-painted floral design on the commode, and florals on the lamp and lampshade. Start with a pivotal fabric, then mix other patterns of different scales from the same color family. An old-time tub and the portraits hung above it give this bath a hint of frontier flair.
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See the next slide for another view. Furniture not usually found in a bathroom works well in this sunny and relaxing space. See next slide for more detail. The book is published by Gibbs-Smith. To order the book, click here.http://www.stringrecordings.com/img/age/the-enemy-victor-the-assassin-2.php
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Collecting Travel Classic Woman Awards. Montana Getaway. In the Magazine. Charles Faudree's nearly four decades as an interior designer have allowed him to work throughout the United States and Europe. Charles is also featured as one of eight designers in the book Traditional Homes Signature Style. He accepted the award for Traditional Home's Designer of the Year in and was chosen as one of the "Top Designers in America" by House Beautiful in , and Charles' first book, Charles Faudree's French Country Signature, was released by Gibbs Smith Publishers to wide acclaim in and is now in its ninth printing with over 60, copies sold.
While he has promoted the book in lectures around the country, USA Today has joined many shelter magazines in writing feature articles on his work. Charles' latest addition, Charles Faudree Home, was released in , marking this as his sixth published book. Charles' first fabric collection with Vervain was introduced in September and featured original artwork inspired by the famed interior designer along with documents uncovered during his worldly travels. It captured his signature, a chic interpretation of French Country style that embodied the relationship between a simple French farmhouse and an elegant chateau.
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