Whether your idea of French style is formal or country, part of the fun is knowing where to shop and how to get the most style for your dollar. If you�re interested in antiques, then your best buy will be at auction; if style is more important than provenance, you�ll have a world of choices. My only suggestion: instead of being slavish, adapt English style to your style.
Written By Lesley Canter on Sunday, July 18, 2010 | 4:37 AM
When you�re choosing an interior designer whose style is English country or one of the famous periods, your first decision is how authentic your want the d�cor to be. Some want every detail picture-perfect; while others want a hint of English in the fabrics, furniture or accessories.
Designer Previews will show you the work of many of New York�s finest designers of English style interior design firms and help you compare their styles in relation to your needs.