Fall is Here — See What’s New!

It’s officially autumn. We thought it was a good time to show you what’s new in our shop.Visitez I Dream of France to find more.

As always, orders of $75 or more ship free! (Alaska and Hawaii pay $10 extra.) Don’t forget we ship to Canada!

Below are some new items…more selection on our website and in our Tustin boutique!

Reversible, Acrylic-Coated French Placemats

Available in two new colorways.

Le Cluny Coated Reversible Placemat Olives Yellow

Reversible, Acrylic-Coated French Placemats


Le Cluny Coated Reversible Placemat Olives Blue

Reversible, Acrylic-Coated French Placemats

French Kitchen Towels

Practical, beautiful. Beauville Les Agrumes (Citrus Fruits) Tea Towel. Each Beauvillé towel measures approximately 20″ x 31″ and is made of 82% cotton and 18% linen. The addition of linen fiber makes a beautiful base for printing. The design is crisp and the colors pop! Hand printed in France.

Beauville Les Agrumes (Citrus Fruits) Tea Towel


Coucke Bistrot de Paris French Dish Towel.This red and white towel measures 20″ x 30″ and features a detailed illustration woven into the towel with a Parisian bistro theme.

Coucke Bistrot de Paris French Dish Towel


Vintage Perfume Bottle

This Eau de Joy by Jean Patou Vintage Perfume Bottle is one of a kind.

Eau de Joy by Jean Patou Vintage Perfume Bottle


Toile de jouy table linens are some of our bestsellers, but did you know the history of toile? According to Wikipedia, toile became an English word in the year 1561. In French, “toile” is a much older word meaning fabric. The famous toile de jouy style of fabric, depicting country scenes in one color on a white or off-white background, was created during the 18th century and is attributed to the town of Jouy-en-Josas (hence the name) near Versailles and just southwest of Paris. Toile decorating fabric has been in fashion ever since — a classic that never goes out of style!

Here are some toile de jouy table linens available for sale from I Dream of France!