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J'aime Côté Table Homeware


I have just ordered some items for Maison No. 20 from Côté Table, one of my favourite french brands.

I love their homeware as their style is so french and it is also very good quality.


This photo is my favourite...................


I had better go as I have just finished some more painting and I am supposed to be cooking dinner......


à demain

L x

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  1. Oooooh, j'aime aussi!

    Lovely photographs - and I just looked briefly at their website....GORGEOUS!!!

    Thanks for sharing!
    Simone :)

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  2. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing the link, I'm off to visit. Happy cooking!
    ~Tracie

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  3. wow.. I was just looking for plates and table ware for my new house.. and this is perfect! thanks alot!

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  4. What a gorgeous table. I love the white bowls in the first photo....beautiful.

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  5. Inspiring! I have family coming tomorrow and I need to get motivated.. this helps!
    xox's

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  6. Hi L
    Pretty, very pretty. I love cook book stand..
    off to check out the link.. Have a great weekend!!

    x Julie

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  7. Just lovely, simple, elegant pieces Leanne! Enjoy your weekend, & try & get some relaxation & fun in amongst the all the painting.
    Millie ^_^

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  8. Hello Leeann! I love Côté Table too! I like your Maison No. 20...charming accomodations! I like to spend some days there! May be...
    Warm greetings
    Vale

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  9. Quels plats magnifiques!
    Love the rustic French style in tableware, it's so much less pretentious.

    BTW, I came through Rose by the Thames and glad I discovered you!!

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  10. Hi!! I tried to leave a comment earlier but my interenet connection wet out!! I love all your pinks but the shoes and the tulips are teh best!!
    Happy Pink Saturday!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  14. Love Cote Table's cutlery! How did you place an order?

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