Saturday, May 22, 2010

Real French Vanilla of Paris and Provence




Chances are, if you are reading this, you "Get It". You understand why French Style is so appealing, so calming, so irresistible. French Vanilla is not just a name. It is a light, a feeling, sometimes hundreds and hundreds of years old. We love the French Vanilla colors of Paris and Provence. That's why we photograph it, buy it, treasure it, and share it!
















What about you? Is your affair with ivory, white, & vanilla a life long obsession or a passing fancy?

Mark your calendar for our French Market Sale on Saturday June 26th, as we unveil our treasures from Paris, brought back, just for you.

If you can't wait, we have a sneak Paris Pre-Sale on our new website:

Check back soon for details on our Fall Trip to Provence.... Join us!

7 comments:

  1. Love this. I just went and took a "peek" at all your wares. I am crazy for the satchels and just about everything. I don't know if I'll be able to come the 26th. My best friend's daughter is getting married on that day...but I'm going to try really hard.
    BTW...I wish I had came up with the name "Pardon My French"...Cuh-Lever!
    Debbie
    P.S. I couldn't get the link to work here, but it did at the French Cupboard...maybe it's just me!

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  2. Hi ladies,

    So nice to meet you in Minneapolis this week! Someday I will have to join you on your fabulous trip! Or just get to Round Top!

    xo~Jill
    http://forevercottage.blogspot.com

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  3. I am so excited about the French Market Sale on the 26th! I am making plans to go! Oh, and I can't wait to hear all about the Fall trip to Provence...maybe this will be my trip!!!

    ~Adrienne

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  4. great photos, great post, got to see more...

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  5. Funny enough I called my boutique "French Vanilla". I agree French style is not just a look but also a feeling. I too dream of joining your group someday on one of your flea market trips to Paris or Provence. Good luck with your "Pardon My French" event. Wish I lived close enough to attend.

    Sheila

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