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As you know I love all things french, so I was over the moon when I found a wonderful website that sells beautiful towels and pillows that feature beautiful antique french linen.

The website is called two girls in avignon and the products that they sell are beautiful and almost too good to use.

Photo: Two girls in Avignon

They sell lots of pretty vintage french linen towels and are so fabulously french.


Photo: Two girls in Avignon


Hope that you all like them as much as I do.


Bon mercredi et a demain,


L x

Comments

  1. Yes and I love their name too...Ax

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  2. Gorgeous use of antique linen - such delicious creations! Leigh

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  3. What a charming name and beautiful products. Thank you for the introduction.

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  4. Gorgeous...I am going for a look !

    oxo Cate

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  5. You and your blog are just adorable. :)

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  6. Oh how beautiful Leeann, and they even have my "C"
    Thanks for sharing and will go and have a look.
    I love antique, monogrammed bed linen.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  7. Gorgeous! What a happy find. Thanks for sharing. Meredith xo.

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  8. Very nice web-shop! They have faboulous linen!!!
    A nice day for you!
    Vale

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  9. Thank you for posting the webaddress.

    Greet

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  10. I thank you very much for your link toward Un Cœur en Provence, I'm very flattered.
    So I linked your blog here : "Mes lectrices"
    Best wishes.

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  11. Thanks for sharing. Take care,
    Rosa

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  12. Ooooooh La! La! - gorgeous products - thanks for this link - they are all simply beautiful - decisions, decisions - many thanks for introduction to this company....

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