It doesn’t take much deep thinking to realize that living in a French chocolaterie in 1959 would be a good idea. Let’s pretend it was just a normal chocolaterie that wasn’t ridiculously cute and full of Johnny Depp — still a good idea. But because the preceding facts are also true, Chocolat is a no-brainer. I mean, do I even need to write the second paragraph to this post? Did you read the part about chocolate? And Johnny Depp? My work here is done. — Amy Merrick
1. Milk Glass Pendant, $199; 2. Heart Measuring Spoons, $48; 3. Chocolate Gourmet Truffles; 4. La Parfait Canister Set, $36; 5. Vintage Cloche, $195; 6. Vintage Metal Counter, $4995; 7. Antique Perrusson Tiles; 8. Vintage Shop Fixture, $1495; 9. Max & Chloe Pearl Earrings, $45
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No really. My work is actually done. No need to mention the small town France, quaint rustic charm or the gypsy meets respectable citizen mash-up of gorgeousness. Pitch-perfect outdoor meals in ancient stone courtyards? Lively dance parties on gypsy barges? Forget about them. No one cares. Chocolate. Johnny Depp. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.
1. Vintage 1950s Dress, $208; 2. Ivory Flatware Set, $59; 3. Glass and Twine Lanterns, $20; 4. Ceramic Candlestick Holders, $75/pair; 5. Floral Napkins, $30; 6. Vintage French Folding Chairs, $150; 7. Dance Heels, $38; 8. Antique Butcher Table, $13999; 9. Simon Pearce Pie Dish, $85; 10. Wine Goblet, $32