LCI Project: French Norman Inspired

by Laura Casey Interiors on October 9, 2016

Every project we work on is different because we tailor our designs to suit each client’s unique preferences and needs. I am always excited to start a new project as I often help a client discover their own style. I find French Norman architecture to be very beautiful as it emerged after WWI, following an increase in knowledge of French style and culture. It elevates the charms of the French country house and is incredibly chic.

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Atlanta architect Peter Block‘s French Norman inspired combination of white brick and cedar shingles on the house below is very pretty.

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No shutters or ornate details keeps the exterior simple, yet elegant.

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“Peter Block buildings are thoughtful, comfortable foundations for lasting memories, where luxury exists even in the sparest of rooms.” This is evident in his interiors below.

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Bill Ingram is another southern architect who is inspired by the French Norman style. The steps leading down from the floor and a half windows allow for more interior daylight and a visually interesting exterior.

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 His more modern interpretation of a French farmhouse:

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His all-white bathroom leading outside looks heavenly.

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 We are inspired and hope you are too!

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 John Campbell October 9, 2016 at 8:24 pm

Thank you for displaying so much beauty and captivating design.

2 Audrey Bell November 1, 2016 at 2:36 am

I just tell you I love your blog !!
Your collections are too good .

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