Strolling a twisted cobblestone alley, peering around
corners in search of heartfelt scenery, in Provence,
that is where this Francophile would rather be.
A place where the faded elegance of angels adorn
nature and call out to your soul.
bustle of vibrations.
Perhaps a Promenade à la rue to study the decorative
and of course, experience the thrill of visiting
BUT, I am home in Louisville now, so I'll do my best to
re-create those French moments here.
I love to sit out on my petite terrasse at the shop,
(with my glass of wine, of course) contemplating
how to translate my memories via antiques
French white wooden slat garden chairs and marble top, iron base bistro table
I decided to use a grain sack to cover a vase of
Louis XIII style gateleg table, demi-john, burlap sel sack
This girl just can't have too many French antique
garden urns. Forget shoes, unless I can use them
to fill urns! This one is filled with Gianna Rose
Royal Jelly Bath Beads.
French antique garden urn and Gianna Rose
Hubby knows that my petite terrasse moments mean
more work for him. This project (underway), has him
knocking slats out of wine crates. He is always a good
Vintage sage French doors, tole Chocolate advertising clock, boulangerie baskets,
Louis XV style cane dining chairs, marble top bistro table
He's getting really good at tying chairs from the ceiling.
Even though my shop is about 3,600 sq. ft., I have
so much that I have to utilize every nook and cranny.
Louis XVI cane bergeres, zinc letters, Country French gray painted cupboard,
vintage pine shutters, Louis XV gilt and tapestry bed, French daybed, mirrored
white iron side table
Almost time for another petite terrasse moment, so
I must run.
One more thing...
This weekend is the
Louisville Antique and Fine Living Show.
They have expanded it this year to include upscale
More information is available here.
If you're planning to come to Louisville, we would
love to have you stop by
We can share in a
petite terrasse moment !
Bisou and hope to see you!