There is so much sweetness and color in today’s Etsy Spotlight. The French Vintage items featured in the Etsy shop of Rue Des Louves are such great quality and truly unique.

These cutesy french coffee cups are adorable and modern. I’d love to display these rather than tucking them away in a cabinet.

I think these cafe au lait bowls are so perfect. They are such a beautiful combination of vintage and modern color.

I’d love to have these vintage green canning jars for my cucumbers that I’m growing this summer. Although, I’d be amazed if my cucumbers actually become delicious pickles. Let’s be honest, I’m a bit delusional when it comes to my domesticity know-how.

I saved my favorite for last. I’ve got such a soft spot for vintage luggage and then add in white trim and primary colors. Forget-about-it. For real. Swoon.

I love a good vintage shop find rather it be online or in a brick and mortar spot. Head over to Rue Des Louves and check out all of the other beautiful, French vintage.

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One response to “French Vintage by Rue Des Louves”

  1. Jannie Junk says:

    Hi. I’ve just found this blog and I love it.
    I hope you don’t think I’m being a nosy old so & so but I was a bit concerned about you suggesting you’d use your green canning jars for pickles. They’re perfect for storing dry goods but as they were last made in 1940 I’d worry that they might explode if using for canning.

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