I invite you to join me for a tour of our local brocante.
One of my favourite pastimes, when I am down in the South of France, is to visit the local
It is a treasure trove of furniture, jewellery, vintage clothes, pottery and all types of
I love these grey armchairs. The sellers are very clever in setting up impromptu roomsets on the rough terrain
If you are a fan of vintage handbags this is definitely the place to come. You will have to check the quality, condition and authenticity carefully before you make a purchase.
Paradise for vintage clothes fans. Plenty of opportunities to rummage through the rails and find a truly unique bargain. Again check the quality to make sure there are no rips or tears and especially be wary of any signs of moth activity. You do not want to introduce those pesky creatures into your wardrobe.
This linen stall is here every week. The owner buys genuine linen napkins and then dyes them unusual colours.
I like these “
Are these Louis Vuitton suitcases genuine or not? I think they are at least they should be as this is another regular stall and the prices are high,
The friend I was with bought this chest at a very reasonable price. She is an interior designer and by the time she has transformed it with a coat of paint in a soft blue-grey colour it will look very provencal.
“Deux petites tables de chevet”. Classic and elegant.
You might be interested in another tour I made of the brocante in January.