If you are wanting to add cozy French farmhouse decor to your home but feel overwhelmed by all the options, I totally understand how you feel! There are so many choices and it’s difficult to know what items are worth the dollar amount. As part of a weekly series I am curating various spaces to help make the process easier. Whether you are looking for something special are simply want to window shop, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s take a peak a a few fun ideas!
Copper pot rack: Every woman needs a little leopard and every kitchen needs a little copper! To properly display your favorite pieces, consider a copper pot rack.
Copper hooks: Matching copper hooks!
Turkish vintage rug: I like the faded burnt neutral tones in this vintage rug. It would look pretty in the kitchen or great room area.
Vintage copper duck mold: Ducks are becoming trendy, possibly because of the nostalgic feel of the early 90’s. I remember my Aunt had a goose in her entryway when I was a kid. She still has it and it’s a perfect fit for French country cottage. Ducks and geese are roam wild near us so I’m okay with a little duck here and there. Maybe a little statue or this cute copper duck mold.
French vintage copper kettle: Have you seen vintage copper kettle I have on my stove? I like it so much. Definitely a must for a cozy farmhouse kitchen.
Vintage fry pan from France: Some can be used for cooking while others are decorative.
French copper pan lid: Convenient to have on hand to cover a saucepan or hang as a decorative item.
Copper and black iron strainer: Pretty and functional. A must for every farmhouse kitchen!
Vintage Ilve style range: Where beauty and function meet! We’ve owned two and will be buying our third one for our new home.
Cafe curtains: I plan to use these in our new kitchen and pantry!
A kitchen in France cookbook: One of my favorite cookbooks!
I hope you found something that you really love or felt inspired by my European Farmhouse favorites!
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