SHARE

Links I Love Week 29


paris palais royal gardens in the first arrondissement

I don’t think I have loved Summer this much as when I was a kid going to Summer camp. Besides the one rained out Art Fair, I have taken the Summer off from shows which has meant I actually have weekends free. The last couple weekends have been rainy which made me even happier I wasn’t outside in a rain soaked tent. This weekend, I visited the Randolph Antique Market which is a monthly event in Chicago the last weekend of the year. I have found a few of the pieces in my apartment from there one at a time. I made a list of what I needed and brought a measuring tape. I only crossed one thing off my list but I am happy with my purchase. I purchased a matching set of end tables for the bed which are a pretty blue. In case you missed the post about a look inside my Chicago Apartment you can read it here. 

The Ancient Library Where Books are Under Lock and Key

My Rainy Day Parisian Playlist on Spotify

I ordered a French Marble Bistro Table and it arrived yesterday. I was hesitant for the price point but now I am so happy I bought it. Expect to see it in an upcoming post. It is an authentic bistro table with iron legs and a marble top. They are still in stock here! 

23 French Inspired Recipes That You Can Pack for A Picnic

Is it the End of The Influencer? 

My Guide To the Marais including Where to Eat/Drink, Shop, and Picnic. 

The $40 Indulgence that Elevates My Apartment

I have to agree with this article especially on finding places that have Aesop in the bathroom. I feel like it is a running joke with my friends in Paris. I recently purchased this soap from The Nordstrom Sale and it was a bit of a splurge but I love the smell! 

The Challenges of Getting a Haircut in Paris

How to Dress Like a French Woman 5 Tips to Remember and 5 Tips to Forget

For Daily French Lessons I love following this account on Instagram

My niece, Emma turns 5 in about a week and I am buying her this adorable French Cook Book for Kids. She has been begging to help in the kitchen and it is so hard to find activities that are safe and fun. I am really excited to make memories baking and cooking together. 

5 Novels to Improve Your French

These String Reusable Bags are all over France. Perfect for Picnics or Grocery Runs. I bought one here in Chicago for $18 but found a set of 4! for $18. 

I just added this Print to the Print Shop after someone saw my Gallery Wall in my Apartment. 

A Cheap Person’s Guide to Fancy Wine

How Cute is This 4 Piece China Set? I want it for home! 

Where to Go Swimming in Paris

My 5th pair of Blondo Boots arrived this week. It has me a little excited for Fall. Anyone else start to purchase Fall clothes or shoes?

Château de Gudanes, I have mentioned this fairytale château before but Jamie Beck of Anne Street Studio takes it to a whole different level. I want to visit this place more than ever. 

The 8 Best French Cookbooks to Keep in Your Pantry 

In Case You Missed It

A Look Inside My Chicago Apartment

10 Boutique Hotels in Paris One of the questions I get asked most is where to stay in Paris. Everyone has different budgets so this list covers it all. From budget friendly to splurge options. 

For more Paris articles and favorite things, you can sign up for my newsletter here. 

This post does include affiliate links which helps contribute to my coffee and croissant research. Merci! 

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    • Menillia,

      I am so happy you enjoyed the resources! It is so fun to put together each week and share with all of you! Have a great day and thank you for reading!

      xo
      Rebecca