Welcome to the last day of our French Christmas tour!
On Monday, I shared my Christmas home tour, replete with French-influenced decor.
On Tuesday, I shared how to wrap rosemary trees in burlap for a beautiful, seasonal topiary.
Yesterday, I shared something close to my heart: my Parisian-inspired library all decked for the holidays.
Today, I have one last way to bring French-inspired decor into your holiday home.
Since we lived in Paris for several years, I have had the privilege of wandering the tree-lined streets on a cool winter’s night…
And enjoying the beautiful Parisian architecture through the stark leafless branches…
And watching the snow swirl outside our living room window.
My time in Paris was magical, really… and offered so much more “winter” than we get down here in Texas. Because of that, I often associate winter with my time there, and I love to use my French photography in my home at winter time.
It offers the perfect backdrop for my holiday decor.
Adding a certain elegance to my home…
And substance to my memories.
As a side note, I do sell all these images and more in my Etsy shop. Digital downloads (that you can print anywhere) start at only $8. In fact, I’m even offering you a little discount for the holiday season. Just use the code FrenchChristmas to receive 15% off your order.
And, of course, don’t forget to visit the other amazing bloggers on this tour. Savvy Southern Style, Stone Gable, and Craftberry Bush are all sharing their own elements of French-influenced Christmas decor in their beautiful homes today!