For My French Country Home Magazine’s final issue of 2019 – it’s all things Holiday! Let’s see what’s in store for readers in the November/December issue. . .
On 1755, November 2 Marie-Antionette was born. The Austrian princess, destined to become Queen of France, captivated people of her own time and today. Here are chic ways to celebrate the life of this famous French personality!
From villages that follow the Yonne river, and ancient stone buildings tucked into hillsides, the Burgundy region holds some true wonders. Check out our favorite villages in Burgundy to add to your bucket list.
Decorating with houseplants not only looks great but it is a wonderful way to bring more nature inside. Small cactus or statuesque Monstera, there are lots of choices for the home and tons of ways to decorate with them. Read on for our tips…
Founded in 1726, Château de Pommard has over 300 years of savoir-faire in wine-making, deep in the heart of the Burgundy. Come with us, for a special tour around the prestigious domaine. . .
A walk is never just a walk. A chance to still the mind or mull over a decision, and drink in the surrounding nature. Walks are good for more than just stretching the legs. And in the fall, they’re even better. Here’s Team MFCH’s favorite well-trodden paths. . .
2019 is the Year of the Dahlia! Cactus, waterfall or pompom, there are so many variations out there to brighten every garden. While they are relatively easy to grow, here are some useful tips for boosting them by our editor and longtime dahlia lover, Sharon Santoni. …………… #Tip 1: Pick your flower carefully While the…