Every week when it gets to be Friday, I admit I get pretty excited. I can’t wait to decide which element to highlight for my Farmhouse French Friday tip each week. Then when I pick something I think, “Oh yes, this is my very favorite.” Then the next week, I go through it all over again. I love rounding up as many photos as I can find of the featured element of design. So this week (once again) this is my very favorite thing.
This French crib converted to a settee has a mix of vintage fabrics on it and new ones. The neck roll pillows were made from vintage grainsacks. The throw is a section of a vintage bedspread, and the pink pillow was also a bedspread at one time. You can read about this project HERE.
Here’s another look for you. The materials are all new, but they have a vintage feel. To find out how I made them, click HERE.
Below, I have more pillows made from vintage materials. The table topper is also vintage. There are a few available in my shop, HERE.
I also like to use grainsacks. I have just a few left in my shop right now.
This is why I love vintage linens; just look at the texture and the hand embroidery.
More pillows made from vintage torchons. These were in my shop, but sold out.
Here I have vintage napkins and a vintage apron.
Below a vintage tablecloth becomes a throw at the foot of the bed.
At the base of my bed, I have an antique French bedspread.
You can see it up close and find out where I bought it HERE.
I used some gorgeous linen pillowcases at the farm HERE.
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