French Tablecloths

Spring and Easter Tablecloths

Posted by Laurence Bertone on

There are few things more wonderful than Spring and Easter in Provence.  So, in the spirit of Le printemps and Pâques, we've put together a collection of bright and beautiful French Provençal tablecloths that are perfect for Spring and Easter. All of these colorful tablecloths are available in acrylic coated cotton - perfect for having lunch on the deck, patio or balcony on those glorious first warm days of Spring! Click here to take a look at our Spring and Easter tablecloth collection.

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New Products!

Posted by Laurence Bertone on

We're excited to tell you that we recently added a number of new products that include coated and uncoated printed cotton French Provençal tablecloths, Jacquard tablecloths, French Provençal table runners (including some hard-to-find Jacquard table runners), and Jacquard dishtowels. So come take a look at the new arrivals!  

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Belle Provence Travels

Posted by Laurence Bertone on

I've been wandering about the Internet again, and I found another web site that I just have to tell you about: Belle Provence Travels. This is a blog/web site beautifully written by an American woman (Tuula) who has been living in Provence for the past few years, and on it you'll find great ideas and advice about things to do and see and eat in Provence.  But you'll also find something more: an honest and often touching glimpse into what it really means to live and love and work in a foreign place, even one as wonderful as southern France....

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Chic Provence

Posted by Laurence Bertone on

A while ago I was exploring the blogosphere and I ran across a blog called Chic Provence, written by Kit Golson.  Kit is an interior designer whose body lives in California but whose heart and soul reside in Provence. Every year, in May, Kit takes a few lucky people on a "design tour" in Provence that includes staying in a gorgeous Provençal bastide*, sightseeing, shopping, relaxing, and lots of great food and wine.  There is nothing like visiting Provence with someone who knows and loves the place, and Kit qualifies on both counts.  She also has a designer's eye, a...

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Provincial vs Provençal

Posted by Laurence Bertone on

Almost every day someone gets to our web site by Googling (or Binging) “french provincial tablecloth” or even "french provencial tablecloth". So we decided it was high time to write a blog post about province versus Provence, provincial versus Provençal. Hang onto your hats – this promises to be our most complicated blog post yet… In French, the word province can mean an administrative division within a country (such as the Canadian province of Québec), but it can also mean “any place in France that is outside of Paris”. For example, when a Parisian says that someone is “from province”...

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