Welcome to the ALL NEW French Country Fridays, the series that will inspire you to “Frenchify” your Friday!
It’s suddenly quiet at my home, since my California contingent left a couple of days ago. It really did our souls good to have our family all in one place for the first time since the pandemic 🥰 Now it’s back to work and planning for some future travel possibilities. Are you headed anywhere exciting this summer or perhaps in the fall? I’d love to know in the comments…and check out the home tour in my post A House Built For Entertaining today!
From your hosts:
• Our Guests – Featured This Week •
This Napoleonic-era townhouse in the Marais section of Paris is home to landscape architect Gabriel Wick and his partner. It’s a loft-style living arrangement that’s adorned with tasteful antiques and has an art studio sensibility.
A former business attorney, Catherine Sandin switched gears 20 years ago to follow her creative passions and has since devoted herself to the creation of a porcelain collection, opened 2 furnishing shops and developed and interior design agency.
Giverny was painter Claude Monet’s home as well as his muse . The artist lived in the colorful home with his family and it contains his studio-sitting room and his print collections. The gardens are exceptional with flowerbeds and structures alike, including the Water Garden and famous waterlilies. Don’t miss the virtual tour on this website!
• Favorite Products of the Week •
Every home needs a timeless dough bowl and we love this one! Find it HERE
Something to fill that dough bowl and perfect for the blue & white lover year round! Find it HERE
An essential French style shopping tote to fill with flea market finds or flowers from the garden! Find it HERE