box n° 17 reveal

Mar 6, 2021 | French lifestyle

For us, a French country kitchen is warm and inviting. With colors taken straight out fo a Provençal landscape, rustic accents, and effortless elegance. It is a place of gathering for the whole family. A place to bond and to share unforgettable moments.

We hope you enjoy our selection of gifts for this edition – My French Country Kitchen!

Revealing the February 2021 Box

box n° 17 reveal

A set of four porcelain bowls by Epure: These exquisite white porcelain bowls are perfect for baking and serving food in the kitchen, or as candle holders. They are handmade in the hear of Charente-Maritime region of southwest France. Some of you may recognize this brand from our Artisans of France Box last July.

box n° 17 reveal

A serving board by Degrenne: Serve your favorite cheese or charcuterie on this blue ceramic board. Guy Degrenne is one of the oldest tableware brands in France and we are so excited to share them for the first time in our boxes with you!

box n° 17 reveal

A cookbook by Heloise Brion: We love seeing a great selection of cookbooks in the kitchen. Heloise Brion is a French born chef creating easy French recipes for every level. This volume is as much as a recipe book as a guide to French country style.

CHARVET TOTE

A tote with leather straps from Charvet Editions: A French woman always brings her own bag to the market. That is why we included this beautiful leather-handled tote by Charvet. Made of linen, the bag is waterproofed and strong enough to carry your fresh produce safely home.

A tea towel from Le Jacquard Français

A tea towel from Le Jacquard Français: A good tea towel is essential in any French kitchen. In each box, you will either receive a yellow or lilac towel. The pretty design is woven into the fabric using a traditional method, making it safe to wash and use regularly.

soap and porcelain holder from Fragonard

A soap and porcelain holder from Fragonard: We always like to include something sweet smelling in your box. For this edition we chose this lovely scented soap with its own stylish detailed white porcelain holder. A chic way to keep your hands clean! Can be used next to the kitchen sink or in any wash room in your home.

Two jams from Confiture Parisienne

Two jams from Confiture Parisienne: A true French breakfast requires de la confiture (a little jam). Confiture Parisienne is one of our favorite brands, using outstanding ingredients. Use this jam on your morning croissant or mix in a spoonful to your favorite natural yogurt, c’est délicieux!

Our antique find - a serving utensil

Our antique find – a serving utensil: For this kitchen edition, we searched all over France to bring each of our clients an antique serving utensil. Every box will have a different serving utensil. From spoons to sifters, to slices, ladles and beyond. All of the items come cleaned and polished so they are ready for your to use! We advise hand washing for all of these pieces.

water color by michel charrier

A watercolor print by Michel Charrier: This year, we are delighted to be working with Michel Charrier as our resident artist. His work is poetic, in a light and carefree mood. He loves to feature big bouquets displayed in colorful romantic interiors, such as this. By the end of the year, our regular subscribers, will have an artistic collection of four original French interiors.

A thank you gift from Les Anis de Flavigny

A thank you gift from Les Anis de Flavigny: In each edition of our boxes, we include an extra little gift to thank our annual and quarterly subscribers. For this Box, we included some delicious and all natural aniseed candies by Flavigny, a century old manufacturer based in the rolling hills of Burgundy.

BOX N°17 MY FRENCH COUNTRY KITCHEN

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Box N°17, we hope that you love it!

If you did not have a chance to order one yet, there are still a few boxes left!
You can purchases yours, HERE

Don’t forget about our stylized box competition! One lucky Box 17 client will win their next box for free! To find out more, click HERE

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