As much as our classic range of French furniture and accessories has evolved over the years, the one thing we have been proud to showcase is our collection of French style beds. Inspiration coming from many celebrated styles, periods and regions from the Palais of Versailles to the rustic villages of Provence, if you are a fan of the French style - we have you covered.
We thought we would celebrate by bringing you our current top ten centrepieces to escalate your bedroom to a boudoir!
1. The Bonaparte French Bed
If you have ever been in touch with our team you may well have spoken to one of our lovely customer service girls, but we would not be who we are without our talented team working in the background, busy making things happen and ensuring the whole process runs to plan. We thought it was the perfect time to introduce the whole team to find out who does what and how they are getting by during lockdown.
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Hi everyone! What a pleasure to write a wee blog for my favourite Company; The French Bedroom Company. I decided to speak quite candidly because I think this awful period of lockdown has brought out an honest vulnerability in so many of us, made us stop and think and re-evaluate what we want in life and how to get there. As I heard recently and I believe, it’s nature’s way of pressing a little reset button.
As the latest episode from Season 3 of the BBC's award winning: Killing Eve, was shown last night we watched in anticipation for more than one reason.
For the past few months we had been keeping a secret about this show…. It turns out Villanelle (well, the show’s talented Set Director Casey Williams) is as much of a fan of the French Bedroom Company as we are of her! When designing Villanelle’s Barcelona apartment there could not be a more fitting bed for such a woman as the Sassy Boo Majestic four poster bed. We watched with pride as Villanelle wandered around her apartment with her (our!) Sassy Boo four poster bed perfectly styled in plain sight.
There is no doubt that the fashion, cinematography and design of Killing Eve has that instant iconic feel about it (we're swooning over her dresses by The Vampire's Wife!), and even though we are not sure if we should like Villanelle, we certainly admire her unapologetic sense of style. Her Barcelona apartment did not le