I used elegant French vintage decor to decorate my house this Christmas!
Today I’m sharing more of my Christmas decorating and the French touches I’ve added.
I’m also participating in a French Christmas blogging tour hosted by my friend Rachel of Maison de Pax so be sure to visit the other French Christmas tours at the end of this post!
Putting French Christmas decor together is seriously something I don’t have to think too hard about, it just naturally happens for me. I just gravitate to the earthy, neutral tones, beautiful grain sacks, rustic woods, dough bowls and Eiffel towers.
I bought that rustic mirror from a local store that was going out of business (the mirror is cracked, you can see how I fixed it and antiqued the mirror here) and the stockings I bought from there last year. I wish they still sold them but I found similar stockings here.
The flocked twig wreath is a Home Sense but this twig wreath is very similar.
The twig trees I bought from Home Sense but this driftwood Christmas tree is similar.
These snowy globe Eiffel tower ornaments are my favorite,
Oh and I can’t forget about my DIY sheet music wooden tag ornaments.
A vintage dough bowl is very European. I’ve used that bowl and the 7-up crate in so many decor change-ups around the house.
Wrapping gifts in kraft paper and burlap gives a vintage feel as well.
The metal twig reindeer are from Pottery Barn and the rustic reindeer is from Home Sense a few years back. Pottery Barn now has these metal reindeer.
I didn’t add any Christmas decor to my bookshelves but you can see how they are already styled with French touches.
My little collection of Eiffel towers under a cloche on an old silver tray.
Be sure to check out my newly renovated kitchen decorated for Christmas.
I hope you enjoyed this French Christmas tour.
Now be sure to be inspired by more French-influenced Christmas decor from my friends below!
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