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DIY French Style Linens

Part 5 of 5: The last installment to my French-vintage-goodies series. Hope you liked it!


Perhaps it’s the rustic charm combined with the traditional red stripes. I’m not sure what it is, but vintage French linens always gets me, le sigh.   We know that the gorgeous antique ones can get quite pricey, so it’s such a welcome treat to see this DIY alternative courtesy of Country Living. Check it out, inexpensive canvas turned into French stripe tablecloth!


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1 Jennifer { 10.27.09 at 4:04 pm }

I loved this series!! My wedding is so over, but you are totally inspiring my kitchen!!

2 Roxanne { 10.27.09 at 4:46 pm }

I just found a stack of these vintage linens in the antique store I work in; I’m snagging them for sure!

3 » it’s a brick house { 11.02.09 at 9:20 pm }

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4 chelsea { 12.01.09 at 10:24 pm }

Such a great idea.

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