Petites Choses Provençales!


Hello dear readers! How is your January going? I've been so busy working {which is trés bon, non?}, training le petit chiot Nicky, and putting the final touches on our Provence trip for Easter (!) that I've barely found time to write, read and comment on all your beautiful blogs. Until I have more time to sit down and really write... some lovely little images for you to enjoy that make my heart sing the song of Provence!


we missed these gorgeous luminaires at the latest
antiques auction in Provence... helas!


the apricot/tangerine color of this house
makes me happy!


tomatoes at the Aix-en-P. market

campanile... bell tower, graceful, lacy and found
all over Provence

my first purchases in Provence:
deco leather club chair and empire chandelier


the pigments found in Rouissillon, the magical
village where they make and celebrate
COLOR!


so pretty from Pierre Frey "Tree of Life"


witty Provençal cocktail table from Roche-Bobois


happy print from Les Olivades

the no-color look of


another Les Olivades stripe linen


elegant iron towel rack from Coté Bastide


sumptuous tiled bathroom


Les Olivades toile de juoy in sunny yellow


glasses Coté Bastide


Matisse fabric Les Olivades

I think this gorgeous bedroom is Roche-Bobois, but
not sure!


les Indiennes in cotton


typical country home in Provence


Pierre Frey of course!



desolé! my auction review shows we also missed
this stunning necklace at the Provence sale!


well who else but Roche-Bobois can do Provence like this?


a happy scene in a village square... boules!

ribbons at an outdoor market


sit a while at l'Isle sur la Sorgue... a little rest from
all the fabulous antiquing and brocanting!



silk tent a lå Pierre Frey



the paisley on linen look


this sketch by THE Louis Vuitton in the 19th C. was also at auction!


sunny colors of this Les Olivades fabric




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