Home & Living #2~ French Cooking, Spring Flowers & A Charming Cottage Kitchen

Welcome to Home & Living Week 2

I’m back for another week of home & living inspiration to kick off your weekend! 

  I hope you enjoy dreaming with me each week as I bring you along to some beautiful homes with the most amazing cottage and vintage influences. In addition, decor, style, and lifestyle ideas that will inspire you!

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I’m starting this week’s inspiration with this gorgeous French county kitchen from blogger, Courtney at French Country Cottage.

Source: French Country Cottage

If you do not follow her yet, you definitely need too!  She has an elegant yet comfortable style layered with French and vintage touches throughout her cottage. I love the warmth of the wood tones and copper she added to her kitchen.  Paired with the elegance of the chandelier and it screams perfection!

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always dreamed of living abroad in either France or Italy.  This cookbook caught my eye this week.  Having time to truly cook with real ingredients from local farmers, this cookbook chronicles the author’s journey from Paris to rural France and the wonderful seasonal flavors of the food.

Source: A Kitchen in France: A Year of Cooking in My Farmhouse by Mimi Thorisson (LINK)

This gorgeous black hutch from my friend, Sharon at House of Heatherfield is giving me the feels this week. I love the combination of the antique wood, black, and wicker basket.  This is another example of how mixing textures, wood and paint is always a good design choice.

Source: House of Heatherfield (LINK)

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It was so fun putting it together.  It’s packed full of inspiration for spring! Let me know what you thought!

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These gorgeous anemones are making me excited for spring!  I can’t wait to get outside and work on my little cottage garden.  Have you ever planted anemones?  What are your favorite spring flowers?

Source: Flourish Flower Farm (LINK)





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