Thank you SO much for all your wonderful comments regarding my ongoing office transformation. As with any design project there have been a few bumps in the road. I am currently seeking a dark teal (not turquoise) spray paint and have not had much luck. I also need to trek across town to pick up some heavy duty sewing machine needles and make a quick visit to Ikea for frames and shelves. Then the work can continue.
In the meantime I thought I would finally show you some of the lovely items I acquired when I went to France this past April. (I’m such a quick mover aren’t I? :) Many of the treasures were immediately snapped up by buyers upon my return and a few things I decided I just couldn’t part with. The rest, well I thought I would wait until the holiday season to share them with you.
While there I loaded up on traditional French wooden cooking spoons. They’re a bit different than those available in the states. The wood is ultra smooth and the flat, rounded edges make them perfect for stirring every inch of goodness in a pot.
Do you have a peg system like Julia’s in your kitchen?
Never fear, you have the ability to hang the spoon by the handle.
They make a perfect gift for a lovely hostess or a serious chef. I have just six spoons. It is a tiny bit of France for just $10.00 plus shipping.
As they are brand new I cannot list the spoons in my Etsy shop as everything for sale there must be vintage, antique or handmade. However, you might want to take a peek to see what other French treasures await .
If you would like to purchase a spoon either contact me privately through Facebook or leave a comment. More treasures are coming next week!
All linens shown are from my personal collection. Similar items are available from Metis Linens.