Bring a Little France Into Your Home – Nearly everybody has a love for France. This charming country with beautiful nature, stunning architecture, fine art, gorgeous fashion and wonderful food this is no wonder. However, when uour bank-account says ‘no’to a trip to France, we’ve come up with some issues that will indulge your inner Francophile; add some (or all) of these special French items to your life and bring a little ‘je ne sais quois’ to your life.
Compagnie de Provence Liquid Soap Mediterranean Sea, Savon de Marseille – This soap is definitely on the expensive side but it is so luxuriously rich and smells so great that we’d go as far as to say it’s a necessary indulgence. Available at fine markets and shops, as well as on Amazon.
Voluspa French Bourbon Vanilla Slender Glass Candle, $18 CAD, Indigo – Voluspa’s French Bourbon Vanilla gives off a gorgeous, not too sweet scent.
Marvis Jasmine Mint Toothpaste, approx $12 CAD, Marvis – This quintessentially French toothpaste comes in a variety of fresh flavours, and, perhaps most importantly, a really cute package that looks great displayed in multiples in your bathroom. Available at some pharmacies and department stores as well as Amazon.
Herbs de Provence, $20-26 CAD, Williams Sonoma – This perfect mixture of herbs is great when added to omelettes, chicken, soups – you name it! The super cute tin it comes in also makes a great addition to your kitchen décor.
Paris Street Style: A Guide To Effortless Chic, , Indigo – Paris Street Style is a well written little manual on how to emulate that brand of casual chic that the French do so well.
Paris Map Print, This gorgeous print from Rifle Paper Co. would look so chic in a frame above your bed or at your office.
Bodum Chambord French Press, Anthropologie – For dark, delicious coffee at home then this gold French press from Bodum is the way to go.
Jus de Fruit Glass (Set of 6), Pottery Barn – These classic bistro glasses will make your morning cup of OJ feel that much more special. $26 set of 6, Pottery Barn