Bed Threads white linen sheet set, $250-$340; bedthreads.com.au
If there's one thing we can learn from a French girl apartment, it's that the style set has a way of making random pieces work together. Take Jeanne Damas, who has combined various white pots to add quirk to her floral arrangements.
Tiny Nest Daisy Grande Planter, $72; tinynest.com.au
A printed and vibrant rug is a hard one to pull off, but the French nail it perfectly. The interior piece is a great way to add some colour into your apartment or home, and can also serve as a great background that compliments your outfit (or other interior pieces). In Sabina Socol's case, she's opted to match her pink printed rug with her subtle pink lip - très chic!
Designer Rugs Bainbridge; available at designerrugs.com.au
Stalk any member of the French fashion set and you'll quickly realise they all have one thing in common: a statement chair. Whether it's a member of their dining set or a solo piece for the sake of a good mirror shot, the interior piece is rarely not captured in the background.
Ikea Stockholm chair, $199; available at ikea.com.au
One trend that's seemingly obvious among French women and their interior styles is the mix and matching of quirky pillows. From ones with sketches on them to various coloured velvets, in any chic French girl apartment, you'll always find an assortment of randomly placed pillows (that are somehow always in the right place).
Temple & Webster, $49.95; templeandwebster.com.au
A Hefty Plant Family
While we know plants have become an increasingly popular item among households everywhere, French girls have been gathering plants together for quite some time. Look to any Instagram grid and you'll find a series of plants in almost every corner (or chic Parisian balcony).
Gro Urban Oasis Cairo Pot with Parlour Palm, $50.96; available at grourbanoasis.com.au