Where to Buy MFCH Around the World

by olivia hoffman
Photo by Les Fleurs Floral, Home, & Garden Shop

Here at MFCH, we take great pride in the fact that the My French Country Home magazine is enjoyed by readers around the world! We are passionate about sharing the beauty of authentic French living, and we love that so many of you are just as enamored with France as we are. 

In addition to the ardent Francophiles who purchase a subscription to the magazine from our website, we also have many curious readers who find our publication on the shelves of shops and bookstores. Those of you in North America can find My French Country Home not only in hundreds of Barnes & Noble bookstores around the United States and Canada, but also in several independent boutiques! Readers in Australia and New Zealand are also in luck, with a handful of small businesses also carrying the magazine. 


Read on to discover some of the unique French-inspired boutiques that stock our publication from Andover, Massachusetts all the way to Cambridge, New Zealand. You can also check out their websites (linked below each photo) to see their collections of products which often can be shipped to your door.

If you or someone you know owns a store that you think would make a great home for My French Country Home, please feel free to send us an inquiry at magazine@myfrenchcountryhome.com.

Click here to see a map of all of the stores that carry MFCH Magazine.

United States

Les Fleurs

Inspired by her mother and French florists while working in Paris in her 20s, Sandra Sigman brought back a touch of France to Massachusetts with the creation of her floral, home and garden shop, Les Fleurs. Her store provides made to order flower arrangements sourced from local flower farms, home decor and antiques from France, as well as garden accessories and plants.

27 Barnard Street, Andover, Massachusetts

Chateau Sonoma

Chateau Sonoma is a slice of French living in California wine country, where clients feel welcome and inspired in the shop’s convivial atmosphere. The curated collection by Chateau Sonoma’s founder, Sarah Anderson, is filled with antiques and vintage pieces holding rich history, the work of local artisans and jewelers, as well as French lifestyle products.

453 1st St W, Sonoma, California

Maison Blue

Run by a mother and daughter duo in Old Town Eagle, Idaho, Maison Blue is a European-inspired home decor store, mostly known for its beautiful selection of European antiques and handcrafted, quality items.

50 North 2nd Street, Eagle, Idaho

Pear Tree Design & Antiques

Based in Kansas City, Pear Tree is renowned for its wide selection of European antiques, decorative arts, and other gifts. They arrange shipment of their exclusive European products to anywhere in the US.

303 E. 55th, Kansas City, Missouri

The Hare & The Hart

“English at heart with Southern sensibility and a French twist.” The Hare & The Hart is a treasure trove of unique goods located in Thomasville, Georgia. In addition to featuring items by local artists and artisans, they also have their own toile product line that pays homage to the French fabric, Toile de Jouy.

120 South Broad Street, Thomasville, Georgia

Renée Taylor Interiors

Interior designer Renée Taylor chased her dreams and established her own design studio and showroom in the charming town of Boerne, Texas. Working with vendors across Europe, Renée imports authentic, hand-selected European antiques and architectural elements, offering clients the chance to travel the world through her curated designs.

265 South Main Street, Boerne, Texas

The Treasured Home

Starting from a passion for furniture painting, Barbara opened The Treasured Home in Fair Oaks, California which has since evolved into a full boutique run by a dedicated team of women who are passionate about making clients’ shopping experience enjoyable. In addition to revamping old furniture, the shop is regularly stocked with new products and hosts creative events and workshops.

9906 Fair Oaks Blvd, Fair Oaks, California

Stone+Gate Market – The Old Lucketts Store

Established in 2009, Stone+Gate Market initially opened as a brick and mortar shop in historic downtown Leesburg, Virginia and is now located at The Old Lucketts Store. The shop, curated by Laura, offers a handpicked selection of vintage goods and accessories for the home sourced from the US, Canada and Europe. Through their website, they are building a community to engage and connect with writers, readers and small business owners.

42350 Lucketts Road, Leesburg, Virginia


Oak & Linen

While living in Belgium for 17 years, Lisa Barron developed an affinity for French country decor. Returning to her homeland in Canada, she opened a store in Arva, Ontario to share her eccentric approach to interior design. In addition to the storefront’s collection of curated home items, Lisa also provides personalized interior design consultations for color schemes, floor plans, furniture, and more.

21556 Richmond Street, Arva, Ontario, CA


Rustic French Living

Antique and fashion boutique Rustic French Living is a treasure trove of authentic French finds in Western Australia. Stocked with antiques from the owners’ yearly travels to France, customers can curiously wander through the store located inside an old church hall and finish the visit with freshly baked treats and coffee that transport your taste buds to France.

31 South Western Highway, Boyanup, AU

New Zealand

Linen & Stone

Based in Cambridge, New Zealand, Linen & Stone is a boutique packed with wonderful brocante finds from France as well as handmade cards and unique new designs of cushions and tote bags made from old French tapestries and linen.

40 Duke Street, Cambridge, NZ


Founder of Peonies of Martinborough and Peonies Home & Living, Di Lusk, began her career in the travel industry, gaining an appreciation for design. With her partner Dean, they purchased an existing local retail business, rebranded, and launched a gift and clothing store. They also collect unique pieces of furniture and home decor from across the world on their travels for discerning customers.

9 Kitchener Street, Martinborough, NZ

Villarosa Maison

A passion for fabrics, interiors and all things French, together with a love of discovering a new treasures in antique and secondhand shops is how Rosanna’s journey for Villarosa Maison began. Rosanna believes that it is possible to create a sanctuary at home without spending a fortune, and her goal is to find clients a mix of gorgeous and unique homeware that is a true reflection of their personal style.

62 Montgomery Square, Nelson, NZ

If you find yourself in the area of any of these fabulous French-inspired boutiques around the world, be sure to pay them a visit and look for the magazine! We are so grateful for their support of My French Country Home. Feel free to contact us at magazine@myfrenchcountryhome.com if you believe there is a store we should be featured in near you.

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