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We’ve always said the heart of the home is the kitchen, which is why we are sharing 7 French kitchen essentials you need!
From breadboards to essential kitchen accessories, we are sharing everything you need to create the French countryside kitchen of your dreams!
Our personal favorite materials to use in a French-inspired kitchen are brass, marble, and of course white. We are sharing how you can add a bit of French charm into your kitchen.
Additionally, if you’re looking to organize your kitchen countertops ( we go into full detail here )!
French Items You Need In Your Kitchen Now
We are sharing with you French items you need in your kitchen now! From hosting a dinner party with your loved ones to just enjoying the French traditions and way of life. These French kitchen essentials will make you look like a native!
The French Press
Are you a coffee lover? The French Press is a simple yet sophisticated way to enjoy your daily morning coffee. For those who want to feel like a true Parisian, we suggest a traditional beautiful copper French Press!
Cheese Display Dome
The one thing French people love more than cheese is being able to display it. Did you know, that after every meal, cheese is served alongside a traditional baguette?
That’s right! The French take cheese very seriously in France. Impress your guest with a cheese display!
French Floral Plates
There is something so beautiful and classic about vintage French floral plates. The traditional blue floral plates are a signature element to truly invest in for your French kitchen essentials!
Another French tradition in the kitchen is 4pm is the hour of “goûter” which literally means to taste or simply, snack time. Create a beautiful apple pie for you and your loved ones to enjoy a little afternoon snack!
Remember when we said that French love cheese? They love it so much that they melt it in special white wine to create the most delicious fondues.
Typically “fondue” is a popular winter meal between the months of November to February, depending on how cold the weather actually is of course.
Oh, we couldn’t leave this ever to popular and rather traditional French kitchen essential, a crêpe maker! Think of it as a thin pancake that can be eaten salty or sugary.
Beautifully Made Tablecloths
Linen napkins and beautifully made tablecloths are an absolute must inside your French inspired kitchen! These items will last you a lifetime as you gather around the table with family and friends.