Bastille Decor & How To Celebrate It
Bastille day is the 14th of July, a time where French people and other french speaking countries celebrate their independence day.
The day commemorates the anniversary of the Storming of the Bastille, which on July 14, 1789, eliminated the French monarchy during the French Revolution. This holiday is also strongly celebrated in United States in places like New York City and New Orleans, and of course in countries like Canada.
We at Finders Keepers love a good cheese board and nice wine glasses, and we also love the traditional french home decor. There is something very 'beu et traditionnel' in the french style and we wanted to highlight this style because it is all about natural materials, muted colors, toile fabrics, extravagant lighting, touches of gold, tapestries, and more.
Take a look at this curated items we selected just for Bastille Day and those who want to celebrate the holiday with a good, wine, why not a nicely done duck confit, a hearty french soup, yummy chocolate soufflé and more. Let's get started with a good cookbook and many other unique and beautiful pieces.
THE FRENCH CHEF COOKBOOK JULIA CHILDS 1968 EDITION
NACHTMANN TRAUBE DECANTER AND 10 CRYSTAL WINE GLASSES