You know that I LOVE vintage style pieces. Recently I received two French Bread Baskets and thought,”How To Style a French Bread Basket?” Hmmm…let’s see…
I started out with two vintage style French Bread Baskets. They are the look I like for our home decor.
But, What was I REALLY going to use them for?
How about on the coffee table filled with real fruit? It is a festive Fall look and yet could be used any time of year.
How To Style a French Bread Basket on my open kitchen shelving? These shelves are a focal point in our cottage in the desert. When you walk in our front door, this is one of the first things you see.
I like how the basket finishes off the feel I am trying to create. The texture and added layer is exactly what I needed.
Using the same bottles and jars as my open shelves, the French Bread Basket can also be used in a tablescape. Fill the basket with the colors that fit your home and keep it there all year.
Okay, probably my favorite. A French Bread Basket sitting on my dryer. Ii is filled with laundry necessities IE; stain cleaner, fabric softener sheets, bar of soap, washing instructions for my quilt, etc.. Also, laying the basket is sitting on top of a crocheted table cloth. This adds layers and texture. Love it. (huge smile)
My husband collects vintage spice tins. And I KNEW the Vintage Style French Bread Basket, would be the perfect place to display them. Adding my grandma’s kitchen utensils, we now have a decorative spot just above our stove. Hubby is pleased to showcase his small collection.
You could also use a French Bread basket in your bathroom to hold toiletries, like shampoo, soaps, tissues, etc… How would you use a French Bread Basket? In home decor, as a functional piece?
Oh, and of course you can set a pretty towel in your basket and lay a warm loaf of French bread as a serving idea, too…
We get SO many compliments about our French Bread Baskets.
Thanks for stopping by my blog today. You always make my day even better.
This post was sponsored by Emory Valley Mercantile, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
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