Bastille Day&#8230 a day to mark the French Revolution or a day to consume mountains of cheese and buckets of champagne with out the guilt! And while you&#8217re performing the latter, why not browse through our top picks of French and French-inspired furnishings and homewares suppliers.

Bastille and Sons: Aptly named, Bastille and Sons features genuine and gorgeous French homewares with a cool edge. Founder Valerie Moreno lived in the nation&#8217s capital for 15 years and frequently visits to seek out new merchandise, which variety from armchairs and coffee tables to cushions and throws. Their motto is “French without having French Provincial cliches” and they certainly tick that box. The shop has a stunning user friendly website as well, which usually assists.

Bastille and Sons

French Bazaar: Up and running since 2007, French Bazzar is a quirkier take on the usual Parisian décor. With a vast range of homewares and furniture for both adults and little ones, it&#8217s their Bloomingville collection that stands above the rest. As the exclusive Australian distributor, they supply a mixture of raw products with a Scandinavian twist and reproductions of pieces from times past inspired by French brocante.

French Bazaar

Honey Bee Homewares: If you live anyplace close to Sydney&#8217s Northern Beaches, Honey Bee Homewares is a have to go to. Stocking imports from many top quality French brands, they also sell genuine French furniture and brocante finds from French markets&#8230 and for these who really like fashion just as significantly, you&#8217ll have a lot to wade through. A restricted collection of goods are available on the internet.

Honey Bee Homewares

Small French: A collection of special, beautifully handcrafted young children&#8217s beds, which if needed, have been refurbished by hand utilizing the highest high quality items. At Little French no two beds are the identical and no bed is excellent, they are all completely imperfect! For the complete look you can also obtain timeless and ethically developed French bed linen. And two thumbs up for the web site which is as gorgeous as the items.

Small French

French Knot: Offering French inspired homewares that complement the modern Australian residence, French Knot pieces are classic and importantly, inexpensive. They also specialise in customised French memo ribbon boards, which are perfect for displaying almost everything from pictures to invitations and holiday keepsakes.

French Knot

Andrea and Jouen: Created by footwear designers turned French linen connoisseurs, Andrea and Jouen provides a subdued colour palette and basic stitching, to produce functional and sophisticated bed linen and loungewear. The 100% French linen (flax plant made into linen textile) is grown in France in relatively small quantities, and while it&#8217s not low-cost it&#8217s undoubtedly luxury! You can also match your bedroom style with a range of curated homewares from hand-weaved Boucherouite rugs to teak side tables.

Andrea and Jouen

La Brocante: For the past six years La Brocante (pronounced &#8216la brocont&#8217 and translated as &#8216flea marketplace&#8217) has been trading in the eclectic globe of European vintage objects, up-cycled creations and quirky homewares hand-picked from France and around the planet. They also offer you their personal variety of wall art, linen cushions and greeting cards &#8211 all entirely created in Australia. Their lovely retailer in Red Hill is nicely worth the pay a visit to if you uncover yourself in Victoria&#8217s Mornington Peninsula, if not they have a user-friendly site to preserve you busy.

La Brocante

French Cargo: Both a store and an interior styling service, French Cargo features a vast variety of genuine French and European linens, furnishings and decorative pieces, plus vintage finds. Sourced from regional and overseas artisans as nicely as French flea markets, the choice is a mix of authentic, sophisticated and timeless pieces. Accurate french chic.

French Cargo

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