This season we are stocking a new line of kitchen towels that are made in France by Torchons et Bouchons. Torchons et Bouchons literally means “towels and corks” as the company’s first product line depicted vintage French wine labels. Their towels are 100% cotton, machine washable, and printed with food-safe dyes.

We also received new towels from customer favorites Beauvillé and Coucke. (Is it too early to think about Christmas? Because our shipment included beautiful Christmas towels from Beauvillé…)

Click any of the photos below to view more information on I Dream of France.

As always, ground shipping is free for orders of $75 or more! No coupon code required. For faster shipping, or for destinations outside the USA and Canada, please inquire for shipping charges at 1-888-96-FRANCE or bonjour@idreamoffrance.com.

Eiffel Tower in Cake Dome Tea Towel by Torchons et Bouchons

Torchons et Bouchons Cake Dome Tea Towel

Macarons Eiffel Tower Tea Towel by Torchons et Bouchons

Macarons Eiffel Tower Tea Towel by Torchons et Bouchons

Coucke Huile d’Olive French Dish Towel – Big Design

Coucke Huile d'Olive French Dish Towel - Big Design

 

Coucke Huile d’Olive French Dish Towel – Striped Design

                        Coucke Huile d'Olive French Dish Towel - Striped Design

Beauville Silhouettes French Tea Towel

Beauville Silhouettes French Tea Towel

Beauville Millesime French Tea Towel

Beauville Millesime French Tea Towel

 

–Ashley
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I Dream of France

Every order until Christmas will be shipped Priority mail!

Now through Christmas day, take advantage of our shipping special and get free Priority Mail service upgrade!. Pay just $5 and your order will be shipped within 24 hours via Priority Mail. As always, orders of $75 or more ship free! No coupon code required. (Alaska and Hawaii pay $10 extra.). We also have the option of Expedited Service, which will be shipped via Fedex Express Saver. Need overnight service? Give us a call at 1-888-96-FRANCE (1-888-963-7262) from 10AM to 6PM Pacific time.

Gifts for Foodies

Check out our selection of Provençal cooking aprons and kitchen towels. Our aprons are made of cotton coated with acrylic to make them stain resistant. Just wipe clean, perfect for a busy cook!

Provence Coated Apron

Beauville Kitchen Towel

Gifts for Hostesses

The Honey Soap 2-bar gift box is one of our top-selling gifts! These boxes have it all: a honeycomb pattern, a bee motif, and a calligraphic story of honey in faded letters on the box itself (the whole story's inside). Packaged in lovely decorative boxes tied with raffia, containing two bars of 3.5 ounce soap.

Apiana Honey Soap 2-bar Gift Box

Fleur de Lys bottle opener: From the French Bourbon Dynasty, the Fleur de Lys is the true mark of royalty. Now available as a bottle opener! This is an easy gift because everyone can use a bottle opener.

Fleur de Lys Bottle Opener

Gifts for Messieurs (Men)

Sommelier apron: For the French cook, wine lover or barbecue enthusiast, this sommelier apron will inspire any man to cook (or keep you company with a glass of wine)!

Sommelier Apron

Jean-Marie Farina Cologne: One of the oldest fragrance products in France, its unisex scent has been worn by men and women alike for over 200 years.

Roger & Gallet Jean-Marie Farina Perfume

Gifts for Nesters

Get cozy with a French flair! How about an all natural bath or shower gel, or an artful block-printed table runner? Table runners are a great gift because the size works for everyone. Lay it lengthwise or crosswise on a table, dresser, buffet, or secretary desk. How easy is that!

Lavender Shower or Bath Gel

Couleur Nature Table Runner

–Brett

Come see works by local artists, maybe take a treasure home with you. Weather should be great tomorrow.

There will be a Wine Bar exhibit located where the Farmer’s Market is on Wednesdays (El Camino Real/3rd). I Dream of France is located in the alley across from the Wine Bar; come say Hello and check out the new oil paintings we got in this week. Poppies, sunflowers, and children on the beach…so French!

Saturday, October 24, 2009
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Art Walk Flyer PDF