Pretty paper, pretty ribbons… and a pretty paper snowflake Christmas tree.

Paper Snowflakes on Christmas tree

Today is all about wintery magic with snow and a couple of simple tips for decorating your tree with a wintery theme.

Paper Snowflakes Christmas Tree

This idea started

Simple and fresh is a favorite Christmas front door look But this year- sharing 2 different looks that are completely opposite. One that is all about fresh greens and pretty touches that welcome guests as they arrive. The other is

Simple and natural Christmas magic. That is my motto this year for Christmas decorating. And candlelight Christmas is just that.

It is a dreamy, quiet, magical kind of Christmas feeling- but prioritizing the ambiance and simplicity of the season over

antique farm table set for a Christmas gathering under an oak tree

The most fabulous antique farm table score- beyond beautiful with a patina that inspires.

Antique Farm Table

A table with as much character and patina as this one inspires one to imagine all the stories it can tell. The meals

The best thing about having created My French Country Home is the many talented people I get to meet. From artists, to writers, to photographers, to cooks… and sometimes also garden designers. I just love garden design!

I first met

It is day number 3 in our holiday table inspiration- and this is the last share before Thanksgiving- but is such an easy thing to do for all your holiday tables. This is inspired by a rustic fresh garland that

Elegant Halloween table

Spooky or elegant for Halloween? I tend to lean towards the elegant side for sure.

But today for Friday Favorites- I am playing a bit with some ‘spooky’ as well

and it is all about a moody

Today is all about delicious soups of the season that speak autumn comfort food. One of my favorite things about autumn is that it is soup season. And a favorite soup that my husband makes is a lentil soup. He

Bradford on Avon

We are back in the English countryside today for a bit about another quaint stop. After visiting the charming ‘Harry Potter’ village- I mentioned that we stayed in a hotel that had one of the last available rooms on that