Wondering where the BEST places are to buy gorgeous French furnishings? Here’s my list of favorite online shops for French décor, both antiques and reproductions.

Let’s talk French home décor! My favorite place to shop for French antiques is actually my local, monthly antique fair called Alameda Point. I always find the most interesting things there at the best prices! {Click HERE for tips on shopping at an antique fair!} But of course, in the pandemic, the antique fair is on hold, so I’ve been doing a lot more online shopping these days. {This post contains affiliate links.  You can read my full disclosure policy HERE}

Tidbits&Twine french dining room graphic showing where to buy French decor

Today, I’m sharing my favorite online sites for French antiques AND my favorite shops for French decor {not necessarily antiques but French-inspired}.


The list of French antique vendors below has been curated by me and reflect my favorite type of French antiques {listed in alphabetical order}. They sell items that represent that rustic element that I love so much. They sell items like:

  • antique wicker baskets
  • olive buckets
  • time-worn books
  • ironstone
  • bread boards
  • dough bowls
  • seltzer bottles
  • etc.

Boxwood Avenue

I fist came across Chloe at Boxwood Avenue when I included a photo of her home in a post I wrote previously. Her online shop features mostly neautral, earthy antiques like dough bowls, demijohns, antique ceramics, and zinc items.

Boxwood Lane white kitchen with vintage bread board display on counter

Chasing Vintage

Shelli has the best assortment of vintage bread boards in her shop! She also carries gorgeous galvanized buckets, dough bowls, shutters, and more.

Chasing Vintage outdoor table setting with antique French table setting

Chateau Sonoma

Chateau Sonoma is local for me, so I’ve stopped by several times and am always in awe. During the pandemic, they’ve been holding virtual antique fairs with a variety of vendors!

Chateau Sonoma sales event with vintage dress form bread paddles and gorgeous French antiques

Edith and Evelyn

Cindy’s Etsy shop is primarily a mix of artwork and ceramics, but there’s always something beautiful. If memory serves, I’ve purchased both an antique ironstone sugar bowl from her, as well as a pair of opera glasses!

Edith and Evelyn French dining room with wooden crown grainsack chairs and topiaries

Elsie Green

I first met Laurie and her husband at Alameda Point and have written about their beautiful items and gorgeous displays before. I have a few items purchased from their Northern California store and I still love and use them to this day!

Containers full of gorgeous ceramics, kitchenware, furniture, and more arrive at their Northern California store. Every piece is gorgeous and Laurien’s knack for creating amazing displays really highlights their beauty!

Elsie Green store with European antique ironstone ladders and table settings

House of Harvest

Lindsea has exquisite items in her shop and offers free shipping in the contiguous United States.

House of Harvest display with antique oil painting trophy cup and vintage books

Lavender Road Antiques

Karre’s online shop has a wide variety to browse. She’s done a great job of categorizing everything so you can easily search for a particular item or just browse her entire shop!

Lavender Road Antiques display with French antique bottles and scale

Roger Appleyard

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Roger Appleyard carries a huge assortment of antiques! They carry some beautiful architectural elements in addition to décor, so it’s quite fun to browse this shop.

Roger Appleyard French antique demijohn wrapped in wicker basket

Also, don’t ignore Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, and Estate Sales! You can get some amazing prices on gorgeous antiques if you are patient and persistent. {Click HERE for Craigslist/Marketplace shopping tips}

Gorgeous Antiques from Overseas

There are other great vendors on Etsy located in France that sell beautiful antiques, but I left them off this list due to the international shipping costs. You can find them here:


Other vendors that I enjoy browsing are listed below. Some sell antiques but many also sell reproductions of French-inspired décor. Regardless, these are all worth taking a look at to see if something catches your eye! Vendors listed in alphabetical order.

1st Dibs – Antique furniture, fine jewelry, vintage fashion and art from the world’s best dealers

Antique Farmhouse – Antique reproductions and European-inspired items at amazing prices, but stock is limited.

Belle Cottage – Unique, romantic cottage style furniture

Chairish – Unique, romantic cottage style furniture

Dreamy Whites – Antique items including a wide variety of linens, plus accessories and some furniture

Eloquence – Gorgeous antique and reproduction furniture and mirrors

French Larkspur – Antique linens, bowls and even gorgeous soaps

Kathy Kuo Home – Luxury furnishings and housewares

Layla Grace – Higher end furnishings and décor with French flair

Maison de Kristine French Country – A mix of furnishings and décor

One Kings Lane – Luxury furniture and home décor

Pom Pom at Home – Elegant linens with a “lived-in” look

Ruby Lane – Antiques, vintage collectibles, and jewelry from trusted sellers

Sharlene Lisane – European antique and brocante finds

I hope you were able to find a new resource in the list above! And once you get those beautiful antique pieces, {HERE} are some ways that you can incorporate them into your existing decor!

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One Comment

  1. Great post, Kim. So helpful.

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