Creating a Parisian Hot Air Balloon Baby Nursery

Atelier Choux Cashmere Blanket - Hot Air Balloons

Creating a Parisian Hot Air Balloon themed nursery for your baby or children will surround them with a sense of adventure, dreaming, wonder and warm ambiance. With the first hot air balloons launching in France in 1782, no wonder they’re reminders of a less complicated, vintage and traditional aesthetic, solidly grounded in French style. Hot […]

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10 Tips for a Soothing French Country Nursery

Houzz 10 Tips for a Soothing French Country Nursery

A little vintage, a little linen, and layers of gentle natural tones are all it takes to create a beautiful soothing French country nursery. (Simply select the arrow to see the next inspired piece.)   Love the idea of a Soothing French Country Nursery? Discover these gorgeous French & French styled gifts. Bebe Mobile Handmade […]

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Perfect French Picnic

French Up Your Picnic AlinaKolot

There’s nothing more romantic than a picnic in every sense of the word whether it be with your sweetheart or simply the wonderful people you love in your life. Picture yourself under the shade of the trees, dappled sunlight twinkling, a soft breeze caressing your face, snacking on delicious fresh food, sipping a little champagne […]

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Gluten Free French Toast for Children

Gluten Free French Toast by Lee Homes Supercharged Foods

Expanding the palates of little ones, especially fussy eaters or those with allergies, doesn’t have to be a nightmare journey. Delicious French Toast with all that comforting goodness is a wonderful introduction for children to a different cuisine even if some say its origins date back to Rome rather than France. This healthy kid-friendly recipe […]

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Most Beautiful Tea Rooms in Paris

Moulin Roty Once Upon A Time Childs Play Tea Set with Paris, most beautiful tea rooms of Paris

If you are a lover of tradition, of art, of history and, of course tea, then you must visit the most beautiful tea rooms in Paris. Here are three divine tea salons – Angelina, Jardin d’Hiver and Mariage Freres, each originally built more than 100 years ago and each a little decadent; but what else […]

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Best tips on Travelling to Paris and France in Winter

See these best tips for travelling to Paris and France in Winter that will make your time not only comfortable but beautifully memorable, too. Pack and wear layers of clothing Ensure you come prepared with singlets or slips, along sleeve shirt, jumper, jacket, tights or pants / jeans, scarf, gloves, and hat or beanie if […]

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French Lavender and Apricot Provencal Jam

Lavender Jam

This gorgeous French Lavender and Apricot Summer Jam is the recipe of beautiful French Lavender artisan Elsa Lenthal of Fuseaux de Lavande de Provence. Elsa is based in Les Baux de Provence, centred between Arles,  Avignon and Salon de Provence. This is a jam where the gentle fragrance of summer can live on the entire […]

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The Most Beautiful French Lavender Fields on Instagram

Lavender fields little french hearts Christofs70

The Most Beautiful Provence Lavender Fields on Instagram showcase the breathtaking richness of the French Lavender season, which runs late June to late July. Rows upon rows of lavender appear like beautiful living swathes of fabric. They are scented with the sweet floral notes of nature, and only occasionally enhanced by an old remnant of […]

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Ritz Paris Auction and the legend

Ritz Paris Auction A strawberry velvet upholstered armchair and a light pink cushion

It’s not often I anguish over an auction or pine for a strawberry velvet sofa or a vintage pink four-leaf divider but when I realised the Ritz Paris Auction was over and every single item had been sold without me, I felt like I had missed out on the legend.   During a five day shopping […]

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Jane Webster of My French Table’s Chicken, Mushroom and Spinach pie

Jane Webster's French chicken pie

Jane Webster of The French Table has kindly shared her chicken, mushroom and spinach pie that she popped in the oven at 17.00pm to be at 18.30pm when she returned from Paris. This is the kind of comfort pie that can be eaten anywhere, but let’s pretend we’re in the French countryside for an evening x […]

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