French Country Fridays – A Weekly Dose of French Inspiration

It’s hard to believe it’s already November! I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween! This was the first year in over 20 years that we didn’t carve any pumpkins, and I have to say, it was a little sad. Our kids are older and we were both working, so that is a new normal that I am not accustomed to yet for sure. I kinda miss my days of trying the fancy Martha Stewart pumpkin carving and failing, haha!

  Of course, as a blogger I’m officially starting to pull out some Christmas decor today, and I’ll have my first holiday post for you next week! But in the meantime, today we’re sharing more fall decorating ideas, Thanksgiving tables, and just a smidgen of early Christmas inspiration! (I couldn’t resist!) 😉

Now let’s take a look at what gorgeous inspiration my friends are sharing…

 

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Edith and Evelyn Vintage | Autumn Touches Around the House

AutumnTouchesAroundTheHouse_Edith&Evelyn

 

French Country Cottage | Simple Elegant Thanksgiving table setting 

Elegant Thanksgiving table

 

Maison de Cinq | Soft & Romantic Christmas Kitchen

MaisondeCinqChristmasKitchen

 

Shabbyfufu | Styling A French Farmhouse Fall Table

French country Fridays 91 Shabbyfufu

 

Cedar Hill Farmhouse | Décor to use all year long

all year decor cedar hill farmhouse

 

Designthusiasm | Fall Entertaining: Serving Hors d’Oeuvres on the Patio

Outdoor fall decorating ideas - designthusiasm.com

 

Happy Friday friends!

Sheila
xo

 

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2 Comments

  1. Thank you for your expertise on French country designs.
    Love the simplicity and light colors you of your style.
    Had a opportunity to visit France.
    As the saying goes I left my heart there.
    Again thank you

    1. Aww thank you! I’m so glad these posts leave you inspired! (and I left my heart there, too:)

      Thanks so much for stopping by!

      Sheila