19 linen french ticking tea towel Home Design Photos

Eclectic Bedroom
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i would try "french laundry" on face book! she is fabulous! i bought 12 pillows from them recently! the stuff is outstanding.
- like the vintage, linen look
Love the pillows, numbers, blue ticking great idea
french laundry web info might be intresting
Love any space with a "french country" feel!
nice linens would go with single bedframe
vintage French look makes use of old, nubby French linens and smooth, soft cotton, with all the pieces leaning in a relaxed way against the dark wood of an old Gothic revival–looking headboard.
Much like French wine or cheese, the great thing about French linen is that it gets better with age, so
Linen Most utility fabrics have a rougher texture, which is great for decorators and designers who are looking to add textural interest to a room. This rough linen bedding has a French-countryside feel.
“Bedding” — lmlh
tumbleweed and dandelion.com
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Vintage-Inspired Inglewood Cottage
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Do you like this towel accent on white? And this room
LOVE the french ticking fabric
love french ticking...tea towel look...french shabby chic
“pops of red” — crafty1u
Elizabeth Vallino Interiors
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Bathroom Wallpaper!
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Where did the towel rack come from?
What brand hardware did you use for the french casement limiter arm?
Is this the 60 inch or 66 inch tea for two?
made from natural Belgian linen. You can find some like these at The Shade Store or Smith and Noble.
These are simply Belgian linen roman shades.
The towel rack is an antique.
D towel rack . though would have preferred a smaller one
“Tub surround” — Gee Dubb
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Kasey Buick
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Lola B's
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I have a similiare armoir in one of my guest rooms that hides the tv. I found it at a Salvation Army Store for $175 ! It's a beautiful creamy french white and the focus of any room it's in. It was purchased when I lived in South Florida, but have seen great furniture in Salvation Army stores where
antique cabinet painted linen with crystal knobs
absolutely love the French country style!!!
inspirationThe French have made their mark on decor throughout the world, so take no shame in borrowing from these masters of refined style. Be sure to source some authentic French linen in your travels throughout France, then turn it into cushion covers, curtains, table runners or even tea towels. It’s failsafe
“Chandelier” — Lynn Geyer
Eclectic Home Office
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Natural Wood Decor has a great teak towel ladder. http://www.naturalwooddecor.com/Teak-Towel-Ladder-with-Adjustable-Shelf-p/tsl1864-teo.htm
for towel ladder, but behind door to basement???
Ladders for wardrobe or towel hanger
Use the ladder for towel storage.
towels on ladder for pool house
Ladder for towels or linens, blankets etc.
to hold tea towels in the kitchen. • A vintage garden gate can become a one-of-a-kind headboard. • Pile twinkle lights into an antique birdcage and suspend from the ceiling for a quirky light fixture.
I like the ladder for towels/blankets.
towel ladder like Boots & Saddles!
Decorate an old ladderHang linen towels and pieces of fabric on a distressed ladder for a hint of French chateau chic. Even if the linens are beyond use, they’ll add a pleasing rustic edge to an all-white room.
“corbal like that in the living room” — skosola
Jean Longpré
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
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Tea towel fabric for breakfast nook
Barn style lamp, table cloth made from ticking strip or feed sack material.
Cover the table with a homespun cloth like a ticking stripe or feed sack material, set out a vase of cut flowers or
so lovely to bring your breakfast or lunch out to a covered porch. Any old table and chairs will do. Cover the table with a homespun cloth like a ticking stripe or feed sack material, set out a vase of cut flowers or interesting foliage, and use any mismatched china you like. 12. Hang simple barn lights
so lovely to bring your breakfast or lunch out to a covered porch. Any old table and chairs will do. Cover the table with a homespun cloth like a ticking stripe or feed sack material, set out a vase of cut flowers or interesting foliage, and use any mismatched china you like.
“Table cloth” — rjencks
Kress Jack At Home
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Modern Farmhouse
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French ticking on barstools-blue and white. White walls.
covers are a neat idea. Must remember to buy some fabric. Maybe dish towels @ the sale shop?
Love the French ticking on the chairs.
feeling.Space for gathering was of great importance to the family; comfortable bar stools add additional seating allow the cook to have some company. French-ticking slipcovers add touches of blue.
“Stools” — staciemanci
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Frech inspired guestroom
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Always set towels on guest bed. Like the idea of tea.
even this ugly tea set makes the room seem cozy.
Love the wall color and the mirror.. I am going to put one of my tea sets in the bedroom!
The guest bedroom has the same French feel as the master bedroom. An dark ornate mirror echoes the lines in the bed frame, and Salazar topped the bed with a white duvet and linen pillows she made. The tea set is a beautiful family hand-me-down given to her parents at their
your dream bedroom is a tea set. It's a reminder to slow down each day and relax a little before turning in.
No, it is probably not practical to make a habit of leaving tea service sitting on the corner of your bed. But serve yourself (and maybe your significant other) tea once in a while. Don't
“Love wall paint” — gretchen_72
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