la Brocanteuse

Oct 31, 2012

Festive ideas with Lolita Lempicka et Blanc

Creating at a last minute in record time is a challenge
I was asked to decorate a tree and then my favorite space was available to play  a little more...

 French Lavender measured by the "French" cup

Marie Antoinette holds the key to the castle..

 let them eat cake
 she said,and use the 
pastel colored vintage French serviettes,..
also the vintage French pewter

 Beautiful setting at Simondium lodge, with views over  a festive garden

 sharing et BLANC

 Marble dust and ceramic figurines
 inspired and recreated
 from original finds in France

Intaglios and wall plaques

never without my passion: vintage French linen

31 Oct - 4 November
9 - late afternoon

moss tree inspired by Lolita Lempicka


michele said...

what lovely finds!

hope you'll stop by...i am now happily sharing photos and info about my paris trip (but none of the 'croissant-top' i earned)!

smiles to you.


Anka said...

j'aime beaucoup ton blog..

Pura Vida said...

I love French lavender..even the words are divine!

noreen said...

Your display of French treasures is gorgeous,in such a beautiful setting. A pity I will have to give this a miss. Wishing you le bon weekend!

Anonymous said...

My dear are beyond talented...I LOVE your styling of the gorgeous things you sell! I only wish I was there to experience it all...OPEN AN ONLINE STORE...pleeeeeease...for your poor desolet foreign readers!!!

Burlap Luxe said...

Dear distant friend, what a beautiful event. I love the vignette with the iron urn and the tree branches with wild moss it's so my style, giving me more holiday inspiration for my home.

Have a beautiful month of November


lisa_d said...

What a lovely Christmas decor in your home. I love seeing all of them and I think those are perfect decor for my philippine homes. :)

arrielle_p said...

These decorations reminds me my sister. She really love doing stuffs like that. Will give this ideas to her. Thanks! :)

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The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh what great pictures! I love the French lavender and the plaster pine cones. You asked if the robes were from Paris rags and they weren't I don't remember who's booth it was, but they were really cute