Well, I’m honoured to be among some of my favorite bloggers today to talk about French Christmas decor! I think by now you know how much I LOVE French and vintage decor.
So when my friend Rachel from Maison de Pax asked me to join her on this blog tour, I couldn’t wait!
Putting French Christmas decor together is seriously something I don’t have to think too hard about, it just naturally happens for me.
Not because I’m French. It’s not like I spent years in France like Rachel.
Instead I just gravitate to the earthy, neutral tones, beautiful grain sacks, rustic woods, dough bowls, Eiffel towers.
I could go on.
Let’s check out all my French Christmas details, shall we?
I just took part in Jennifer Rizzo’s Holiday Housewalk and I decked the halls!
Now the fun part…more detailed photos.
My living room has many French Christmas details as my living room is very French.
I love my new white tree (*affiliate link) from Balsam Hill.
I recently made this ‘Joyeux Noel’ sign with my Silhouette machine.
And I scored those Wendy Addison butterfly ornaments on sale from my favorite local store, Country Furniture.
Same with the glittery spheres.
I also bought that rustic mirror from Country Furniture recently on sale (the mirror is cracked, still need to fix it) and the stockings I bought from there last year. I wish they still sold them!
The flocked twig wreath is a Home Sense find from two years ago.
I made my own crocks on the mantel recently.
The twig trees I bought from Home Sense two or three years ago.
Those glass globe Eiffel tower ornaments are my FAVE! Also purchased from Country Furniture.
Oh and I can’t forget about my DIY sheet music wooden tag ornaments.
That ceramic Eiffel tower ornament is a gift from my bestie Tanis from Anthropologie. They don’t sell them anymore. I checked 🙁
An old dough bowl is very European. I’ve used that bowl and the 7-up crate in so many decor change-ups around the house.
The metal twig reindeer are from Pottery Barn and the rustic reindeer is from Home Sense a few years back.
My little collection of Eiffel towers under a cloche on an old silver tray.
Next week I’m going to be sharing more on my Christmas kitchen.
Now be sure to be inspired by more French-influenced Christmas decor!