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A French Connection

We are really fond of French design, and we’re always looking for new decor items that can be used for our projects. Today we wanted to share some of the latest picks we found in French stores that inspired us the most.

This vintage style hand-knitted ceiling lamp is a dreamy and delicate point of light and color.

This bird bedding with matching pillow has style and elegance, plus it’s versatile enough to be used in a modern setting or a vintage one. Sweet dreams.

This Parisienne print from Blanca Gomez is a lovely illustration reminding us of sipping un cafe’ aux Champs Elysees. The illustrator is actually Spanish, and she has a shop on What a small world.

This Circus Paper Lantern would certainly add a sweet and festive atmosphere to any child’s room. It can also be used as an abat-jour to diffuse a softer light in the room.

Le tapis velo is perfect for an active little one who loves his bike as much as elegance.

Mimilou makes this lovely and sweet storage basket in pearl gray cotton with a touch of starry blue. Its size, 20×25 cm, makes it ideal for desks and shelving to hold small items like pacifiers.

Le tapis Pinocchio is an explosion of colors. Made of felt pom-poms, it is a combination of pure joy and whimsical design. Pinocchio is handmade in Nepal. We simple adore it!


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  1. avatar Dawa says:

    Beautiful Handmade felt ball rug from Nepal. The colors are very beautiful.

  2. avatar Deep says:

    That rug is also called freckle or pom pom rug. Handmade and good for the nursery. Thank you for promoting this wonderful product. It means a lot for the Nepalese artisans.

  3. avatar Sam Simon says:

    I love that rug! I used it in my candy in design post around Halloween! It reminds me of a gum balls! LOVE!

  4. avatar Andrea Lowe says:

    I guess that gets confused a lot, huh? Honestly, if I didn’t read the text and just looked at the pictures, I wouldn’t even know they had anything “French” in them.

  5. avatar Alison Mar says:

    What exactly constitutes French design? Is it a particular style or aesthetic? Or just anything you get from a French store and a French artist?

  6. avatar PN_Melisa says:

    Oh la la. Yep, the French do it right ;) That rug is fabulous!