French Farmhouse Living Room Decoration Finds is a companion post to the lovely inspiration and ideas shared HERE. You’ll find gorgeous resources at friendly prices to score online. While I may not have a farmhouse in France to decorate (do you!?!) or the budget to bring reclaimed ancient limestone into my humble home, I can still capture the spirit of homes I admire.
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French Farmhouse Living Room Finds Online!
You’ll find various furniture pieces and accessories for infusing your living room with the rustic elegance of French farmhouse style.
For example, here are two sofas for a good start…
And if your conception of ‘living room’ extends to a porch or patio outside…here are some spring and summer Frenchy finds to consider as well.
And what the heck? I’m throwing in a wee French lesson for kicks… je vous en prie!
Ever dreamed of moving to France? I shared THIS with glimpses of an amazing French farmhouse dreamhouse restored by an American couple, but to see a more realistic glimpse, check this out:
Fabulous French Grey Paint Color
While the sentiment of the following silly pinnable isn’t French, the background sort of is.
The color is Farrow & Ball’s Pavilion Gray, a very French sort of grey that closely resembles the custom grey paint hue the Giannettis used on trims at Patina Farm (see glimpses RIGHT HERE). Since it made me smile, I thought you might enjoy pinning it!
Need ideas for pretty paint colors? Visit my BEST PAINT COLOR board on Pinterest and pin away, please!
No. 1: Lamp…La Lampe
No. 2: Dining Chair…La chaise de salle à manger
No. 3: Pillow Cover…La taie D’oreiller
No. 4: Chandelier…Le Lustre
No. 5: Wicker Trunk…Le Coffre En Osier
No. 6: Settee…Le Canapé
No. 7: Cremone Bolt…La Crémone
No. 8: Table Lamp…La Lampe de Table
No. 9: Console Table…La console
No. 10: Stripe Chair…La Chaise à Rayures
No. 11: Fireplace Mantel…Le Manteau de la Cheminée
No. 12: Seagrass Basket…Le Panier d’Herbiers
No. 13: Chalk Paint…La Peinture à La Craie
No. 14: Farmhouse Table…La Table de Ferme
No. 15: Olive Tree Topiary…La Topiaire de L’olivier
No. 16: Wood Candle Holder…Le Bougeoir en Bois
No. 17: Confit Pot…Le Pot Confit
No. 18: Gold Chandelier…Le Lustre en Or
No. 19: Dough Bowl…Le Bol de Pâte
No. 20: Rustic Candle Holder…Le Chandelier Rustique
No. 21: Jute Rug…Le Tapis de Jute
No. 22: Door Stop…La Porte Arrêt
No. 23: Chandelier…Le Lustre
No. 24: Club Chair…Le Fauteuil Club
No. 25: Curio Cabinet…Le Cabinet de Curiosité
No. 26: Gold Leaf Mirror…Le Miroir Feuille D’or
No. 27: Terra Cotta Jug…La Cruche en Terre Cuite
No. 28: Stripe Chair…Le Fauteuil à Rayures
No. 29: Distressed Vase…Le Vase en Détresse
No. 30: Vintage Style Chandelier…Le Lustre de Style Vintage
No. 31: Crackled Vase…Le Vase Craquelé
Daily Transformation Inspiration
I wrote this about uncertainty back in February 2019, yet it remains relevant even now.
French farmhouse rustic elegant beauty undeniably lifts my spirits and makes decorating a joy, but it’s not what frees my soul.
My heart is full of the Mystery this morning.
Yesterday brought immense blessing as I spent it with someone dear to me whose breast cancer returned. We have spiritually journeyed together for years, and she is a bright light in profound ways. Even though we can’t see the future, it’s still possible to keep showing up and revealing to each other the face of God.
Uncertain Times When We Rely on Grace
Moments after my friend and I parted, the call came that my mom’s tumor markers were elevated. Her cancer may also be back. While we’re concerned and deflated, we’re not defeated. I believe prayers are not only heard but also add a transforming sweetness and purity to the atmosphere.
A theme to which I often return since it is etched upon my heart and bears repeating is this: There can be healing in the absence of cure, friends.
My own healing rarely resembles what I expect or desire. Rather, the healing brings wholeness where there were splintered fragments, peace where there is unrest, and compassion where it is in short supply.
The wounded places in us long for light, and I’m sending beams of it with mercy to you, lovely friends.
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Peace to you right where you are.
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This scripture immediately came to mind , please share it with your mom and friend .
Psalm 112:7 He will not fear bad news;
his heart is steadfast, trusting in the LORD.
Sending prayers your way for the best possible outcome.
We appreciate it – what a wonderful world wide web. 🙂
Praying for your mom, your friend, and you.
Thank you so much – it’s a wonderful web. 🙂
Oh I am so so sorry…. praying for you all in this difficult time. And God will hear our pleas in our prayers.😘
Thank you so much. Already encouraging news for my mom – PET scan today revealed no cancer. We’re rejoicing and humbled.
My sister is battling her third bout of cancer. I’m fearful. I wish I could travel across the country (we’re on opposite coasts) to be with her. Even if I could, I would have to quarantine for 14 days before becoming part of her bubble. The risk would be too great with her immune system. So, we settle on frequent calls. We talk of our childhood (happy), my kids (she had none), life, and her treatments/side effects/markers. It’s hard to know what to say, other than to listen and tell her I love her. Any advice Michele would be appreciated.
That is good news about your mom. Such a relief!
Oh, friend. I can imagine the heartache as you feel the distance and want to bridge it with love. I don’t know anything at all, but it seems that we can offer profound presence which does not rely upon the physical realm. To hold your sister and her heart in yours is not a small thing. We are built for relationship, and while proximity helps, I think heartful energy, focused and pure, heals and soothes. So I would simply encourage you to meditatively prepare your heart before your conversations, drawing your awareness deep into your heart’s center and dwelling there as you listen and share. Your conversations are likely holy now. And memories in the making for you both to hold precious. Not sure if you saw the youtube I shared the other day with James Finley discussing “the wisdom that matters now.” It is so beautiful, and he paints a picture of life’s beginning and end in the most ethereal, sacred way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I3RVlPCEtE I am praying for your sister and for you. May the blessings of love and tenderness ease all suffering and fear – and may living water flow to thirsty, parched lands, where seeds rest and need a little more time to grow.