Telegraph the pastoral style of a character out of Marcel Pagnolâ€™s "My Motherâ€™s Castle" in this cotton blouse with a bow neckline (usonline.apc.fr).
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This handcrafted mango-wood white fade wooden serving bowl (conranusa.com) adds a warm touch to your table.
Dark spirits please the palate more intensely thanks to the design of the On the Rise brandy glass (in Amethyst, anthropologie.com); its unexpected purple hue satisfies the eye.
A bucolic vista is served on this ceramic country estate dinner plate (juliska.com).
Striped, checked, and tartan patterns in this trio of black, ivory, and cream-toned cafe noir tea towels (farmhousewares.com) in a small wooden box are straight-up brasserie cool.
Rustic vintage grain sack crossed with a feminine shape makes this beau clutch (sharphilldesigns.com) tres chic.
Conjure images of Marseille while strolling down Main Street in this lambswool, cashmere, and rabbit-hair fisherman's cap (in Dark Grey Heather, ralphlauren.com).
Bardot it up by wearing this overdyed chambray selvedge polka dot bandanna (in Indigo, by the Hill-Side, from hickorees.com) as a headband, or simply loop it around your neck.
Boule, baguette, brioche -- bread, French or otherwise, will enjoy a higher profile on this woven seagrass pedestal stand (williams-sonoma.com).
Enamel coated inside and out, this cast-iron braiser (3 1/2 qt., in Dune, lecreuset.com) not only allows you to braise, poach, sear, roast, stir-fry, or brown meats to your coeurâ€™s content, it also makes an ideal serving piece.
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Wonderful work thanks a lot to your great work.
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