Our French Cottage Issue Has Arrived!

Photography by Karen Snyder

Characterized by patina of the past and effortless panache, French style never grows old. When old meets new in regard to French style, the lines between antiques and contemporary décor blur, and it becomes a new take on what the French have mastered. Comfortable and inviting, a welcoming feel with a relaxed sense of home is considered inherent to the love of French-style decorating. Fortunately, provencal design is just as easy to attain as it is effortless to the eyes. Pick up a copy of our French Cottage issue—back by popular demand—to glean inspiration on this timeless style, and take a peek before you buy below.

Sanctuary Home

Photography by Karen Snyder

The beauty of blogger Karen Snyder‘s home might be what draws you in, but the comforting interiors typical of French maisons that will keep you around.

Built for Entertaining

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Photography by John O’Hagan

This couple loves to entertain friends and family and designed to do it in a way that only the French can: effortlessly.

Colorful Character

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Photography by John O’Hagan

The French are no strangers to color! This native Frenchman and his American bride decorated their home with unmistakable Bohemian flair.

Provencal Style

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Photography by Stephanie Susie

After a marriage and honeymoon in France, this didn’t want to leave—so they brought a piece of Provençe home with them.

La Belle Maison

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Photography by Sheila Irwin

As a former fashion writer, this blogger knows style when she sees it. Her love of all things French goes back ages and she displays it all in her home.

Pick up your copy of our French Cottage special issue today!