Engaging… will delight Francophiles and readers who enjoy historical fiction with a twist by such authors as Lauren Willig or Christina Baker Kline. Graceful and compelling. With admirable agility, Mah alternates between a modern day vineyard in Burgundy and the terrifying days of the Nazi occupation with such precision and sensory detail that you will find yourself utterly immersed in both worlds.
By: Cindy Cooper Available March 1, French Style with Vintage Finds features ten charming homes inspired by the beauty and romance of France, each with their own distinctive style and pieces that evoke a Gallic ambience. Louis XVI chairs in just the right place, an aged clock, or a distressed mirror above a table made from salvage ironwork can bring the history and splendor of France to your home.
Absolutely divine vintage French books, tattered and worn just the way we like things! Perfect for that shabby chic look. Your e-mail address will not be published.
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When it comes to styling interiors, designer Carolyn Westbrook has a distinct signature look that combines her love of French style and vintage charm. In Part One of this new book, Carolyn first leads us on a tour through 10 specially photographed locations that are perfect examples of her vintage French style. The homes all feature individual and eclectic styles, skillfully partnering inherited treasures alongside new purchases and successfully mixing pretty junkstore finds with designer pieces.
We are super excited to be announcing this collaboration! We just love anything that Jamie creates and are so proud to see her bring her skills and style to life in her new book. The projects in the book range from seasonal projects for the holiday and every category, from sewing to painting and upholstery.
Trio of vintage French books. Hailing from one of our favorite French vendors and discovered from a Parisian market, these books are the perfect shelf filler for the Francophile. Sold in sets of 3.
While she shies away from the idea of calling herself an artist, she says the DIY endeavours reminded her of how much she enjoyed painting and refinishing furniture pieces as a teen. It was an interest she picked up from her parents at a young age. He made these extravagant play structures for our goats.