8/21/2011

French Atmospheres



We have just received our shipment of Jeanne d'Arc Living's English edition of French Atmospheres! This book was originally published in Danish and is now available in English. It is beautiful and very thorough. Those of you who love Jeanne d'Arc Living magazine will fall in love with it! It includes tips for painting and creating patinas and other projects. It's a large hardback to add to your collection of design books.


Pages from the French Atmospheres book

Part of what attracted us to Jeanne d'Arc, is the beautiful and elegant simplicity of the style.  We like to combine fancy pieces that show their age, patinas, and yet look great with other seemingly mundane objects like kitchenware and found natural objects. We also have a love for the sacred art for its aesthetic value.
The grays, tans, and muted colors have always been part of our palette. 


Top pictures:some of last container items. Bottom pictures: white French cupboard
and shutters, pr. of Belgian chairs, enamel pitchers all in September container here


French Atmospheres is sort of a compilation of the best of Jeanne D'Arc and it's inclusive of the different rooms of the house and different elements of design, along with practical ideas for achieving that "look."  We trust that you will relish this book and treasure it as part of your collection. Call us or send us an e-mail here to reserve your copy. 

Makeover of our garden house here 

We are also very excited because we took an ad in it and hope to reach more folks. Our style and merchandise is very congruent with their style. Just check out our web site here to preview the collection of finds we will be bringing to you in our next container.
Trinidad


40 comments:

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

You and Jeanne D'Arc are a perfect marriage. I love their magazine, and your style. So serene and beautiful with fab patina. I just know you will receive lots of traffic.
xoxoRosemary

Divine Theatre said...

Oh! I wish I lived closer!
In the meantime, I will muddle through!

xoxo
Andie

Veronica said...

Here's another soul who wished she lived closer.... beam me up Trinidad please!!! I hope you get loads of clients from it and the book looks great.

Veronica
xx

French By Design said...

Trinidad, It was truly a treat to meet you at the Long Beach Flea today since I have been a loyal follower of your blog,
You have such a flair and the highlight of the show for me. I sure hope you will consider selling at Bottoms Up Antique Market some day. All the best at your container sale! Teri

chateaudelille said...

You have so many gorgeous things. Its such a treat just looking at them on the blog. If I lived closer Id be in real trouble!Have a great week. Fiona

Blooming Rose Musings said...

So lovely to see you at the Long Beach Antique Market today and I am looking forward to your container sale in September. You always have such wonderful treasures and it is always such a pleasure to talk with you. See you in September!

Al said...

Sounds like you have found a great partner to collaborate with. Love the images here too. I wish you much success.

under spanish moss said...

We adore the aged patinas of the treasure in your store. These would add such character to any home.
Angela and Renee

Bohemian said...

A perfect Union of Jeanne d'Arc and you! Thanks for letting us know about this book... this one will be on my "Library Wish List" for sure!

Dawn... The Bohemian

Acquired Objects said...

Love aged patina, something I'm becoming more of each day....lol. It looks like you styled their book, such beautiful pieces!

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Ido said...

I haven't had the chance to look at a Jeanne of Arc magazine, will have to order the book, I love books, specially about French decor. Thank you for offering it!
XXX Ido

eclecticrevisited said...

beautiful images...I'm sure the book is lovely..and yes, your fabulous finds are very congruent with the style of the book..
best,
maureen

atelier de campagne said...

The book is being well received and we are getting orders and was able to sell a few at the Long Beach Market. If you are coming to our Container Unloading sale and would like to reserve one, let us know. Send us an e-mail or just call us. Both e-mail and phone number are on our web site.

Team Atelier

Faded Charm said...

You do have the Jeanne d'Arc look down perfectly. I love everything about this style.

xoxo
Kathleen

christina @greige and my sparrow said...

Hey guys! Great to see you on Sunday! I am loving the book! Keeping my fingers crossed that I can come up to the container sale.

Have a good week!

Best,
Christina

Kris said...

Hello Trinidad,

I've just found your blog via Maureen at Eclectic Revisited. I have been a loyal fan of Jeanne D'Arc Living for quite while. I am in love with all the weathered greys mixed with whites and the simplicity of their accessories and design style.

Your pictures are breathtaking and I wish I lived closer I would be a permanent fixture at your store LOL

I am adding you to my blog list and will be visiting you regularly in the future.

Thanks so much for sharing this!

Kris

lvroftiques said...

Dad burn it! I'm gone for a few days and you go and do a blog post Trinidad! I eagerly await each and every one you know! *winks*
And as per usual I'm salivating all over the dang place! Ok Jeanne d'arc style is very much compatible with yours but boy-friend I want YOU two to do a book! Now I'd slap down my money in a red hot second for that one! And wear a "team atelier" tee shirt too! Lol!

Oh and Trinidad...about that little pinch?.....I knew it was you.....and I'm not one bit sorry...*winks* Vanna

P.S Getting to meet you (and Johan too!) is def on my bucket list...and by "bucket" I do mean French galvinized with perfect patina....

desde my ventana said...

Gracias por compartir las imágenes del libro y como siempre mis mejores deseos para la venta de esos maravillosos artículos.

Un abrazo

Cecilia

atelier de campagne said...

I'd like to give a warm welcome to all our new followers and a huge THANK YOU to all our faithful followers and blogging friends. We'd love to get your physical addresses at some point. You can e-mail it to us at infoatelierdc@gmail.com. Don't worry, we would not be selling them or sending you junk mail!

Trinidad

Curtains In My Tree said...

Oh My I just discovered ya all on Vanna blog ( wink) you know the girl

anyway I am lovin that picture of the claw foot bath tub !!!!!!!becaue a friend of mine bought an old house and she and her man friend is redoing it and he hates the tub so guess who gets it ??????????????

that would me me correct. I don't know what to do with it only put it under my big tree and look at it . Or I could put it in my bedroom and fill it with Jeanne d'arc magazines and decor books

Wish I had a trip planned to California I would stop and visit

Janice

LaPouyette said...

Perfect created look - as usual!
A real piece of art!

I would dearly love to visit your shop and the several sales or fairs or shows or....
But not living 'around the corner'...! Maybe one day when I'll see some of my friends in the US which I planed for years and years..

By the way - I featured your blog in my today's post. So, whenever you find a minute or two to spare, have a look. Hope that you like it.
xxxkarin

La Dolfina said...

Hi Trinidad.

Thanks for all your wonderful comments about the new shop... it's been quite an experience so far!
I'm so tired... but exhilarated at the same time :)
It's a lot of hard work as you well know and I have so much respect for those of you who have been at it for sooo long. I have a lot to learn but I bought the ticket so I'm taking the ride. It's wonderful to have your love and support... it means the world to me! Oh and please count me in for one of the books at your container sale. I can't wait!!
Have a wonderful weekend with Johan.
See you soon!!

Lots of Love,
Terri

Scarlett Fiona Reed said...

You're right, that book is so your style! Beautiful!

flowers on my table said...

Many thanks for the 'head's up' on the book. I received a subscription to the magazine from my husband last Christmas, and I love it. Good luck with the advert, I hope it brings you lots of new business. Love Linda x

Greet said...

This book must be gorgeous as to see here at the pictures!!
xx
Greet

Divine Theatre said...

Hello Beautiful Souls!
I wish I could attend your container sale. Maybe next year?!
I posted the news of your sale on my blog. Seems everyone loves you guys as much as I do!

Andie

Burlap Luxe said...

Love this Nordic look! you are a perfect fit for there mag/book sales. Your pieces cross over with a beautiful marriage to completing a French style we love so, Jeanne D'Arc has found a perfect home with you.

xx
~Cheers
Doré

Vintage Home said...

Wonderful ....Thanks for always inspiring!

flowers on my table said...

Trinidad, many thanks for your recent visit and kind remarks. I am glad that you enjoyed my little trip to Wicklow. Looking forward to your next post, love Linda x

The enchanted home said...

Hi first time here and I love what a I see! What finds!!!!! Oh how I wish I lived near you...what fun that would be!!

Rachel Pallas said...

Oh goodness that book looks amazing! :) think I better order it.. xo Rachel

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www.shabbyfrenchforme.blogspot.com

Heaven's Walk said...

Swooning over here right now. I am such a JDA addict, and I find myself spending hours surfing around your awesome blog! May I ask how much that JDA book is? I may be interested in purchasing one. Thank you!

xoxo laurie

Camacho said...

The book is being well received and we are getting orders and was able to sell a few at the Long Beach Market. If you are coming to our Container Unloading sale and would like to reserve one, let us know. Send us an e-mail or just call us. Both e-mail and phone number are on our web site. Team Atelier

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