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French Vintage Style via the Bay Area: Elsie Green in Sebastapol

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French Vintage Style via the Bay Area: Elsie Green in Sebastapol

November 2, 2018

Bay Area-based Laurie Furber has been scouring the French countryside for the past few years, sourcing antique and vintage pieces for Elsie Green, her emporium featuring all things Gallic. Her wares, which include charming pieces like vintage grocer’s scales, copper cookware, and wire oyster baskets, are available both online and at her stores in Concord, in the East Bay, and now, in Sebastapol in wine country.

N.B.: One of our favorite interiors bloggers, Victoria Smith of SF Girl, curates a collection with Furber that she offers through her online shop Supermarche; it’s well worth a browse.

Here’s a look at the latest location:

Photography by Kendra Smoot and Elsie Green.

The wine country outpost of Elsie Green is located in the Barlow, a data-src=
Above: The wine country outpost of Elsie Green is located in the Barlow, a 12-acre Bay Area outdoor market district in Sebastopol.
A French bottle rack holds a collection of glassware from France.
Above: A French bottle rack holds a collection of glassware from France.
A row of green glass canning jars.
Above: A row of green glass canning jars.
Also on offer: select pieces of vintage furniture, including armoires, baker&#8
Above: Also on offer: select pieces of vintage furniture, including armoires, baker’s trolleys, and classic French garden chairs.
Elsie Green also offers a collection of bed linens and accessories for the bedroom. (Note the smoke bush arrangement; see our post DIY Floral Arrangement: Smoke Bush and Queen Anne’s Lace on Gardenista for a bouquet by Sophie Moreno-Bunge).
Above: Elsie Green also offers a collection of bed linens and accessories for the bedroom. (Note the smoke bush arrangement; see our post DIY Floral Arrangement: Smoke Bush and Queen Anne’s Lace on Gardenista for a bouquet by Sophie Moreno-Bunge).
Elsie Green specializes in classic white French crockery.
Above: Elsie Green specializes in classic white French crockery.
Vintage culinary implements.
Above: Vintage culinary implements.

See more French shopping ideas:

Expert Advice: An Insider’s Guide to Sleuthing Antiques and Housewares in Paris

Shopper’s Diary: The French Finishing Touch from Le Repère des Belettes

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