12 Straw Market Bags for Spring


It is the middle of winter and I am day dreaming about Spring. My mind is full of thoughts of farmer’s markets, splash pads, and food trucks. I completely admit it. It is what is getting me through this long stretch with my husband away, and I have no shame! I have been noticing Spring decor showing up in stores and on Pinterest so I will blame it on that too!

Especially, french market bags. They are showing up everywhere! I am so thrilled to see these bags in all my favorite spots because I have always had a thing for a beautiful straw tote! Simply put, a traditional french market bag was used by women of Paris to carry their fresh produce on their daily market trips. They are super versatile and chic to carry to the market or beach. And not only are they practical for Spring and Summer days at the market but also make such beautiful home decor! I have loved seeing these beautiful bags showing up in farmhouse decor. What a fun and unique way to incorporate Spring into your home! Here are a few straw market bags that have caught my eye lately and have me looking forward to warmer days ahead.

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How great are all of these! It was instant love for me and this Tulum bag (#8). I love the classic leather handle with the scallop embroidery. Perfect for Spring, and will easily transition into Summer. And that Blue Pom Pom basket (#12), please! I love the fun twist pom poms give this straw tote. Add a bunch of white tulips to any of these beautiful totes and your home is instantly ready for Spring. I can not wait to add one of these to our home and my shoulder this spring! Which is your favorite? Is anyone else day dreaming about Spring? I will leave you with these beautiful photos of market bags being used as decor! Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today!

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Hi, I'm Jess. Soon to be mom of three and lover of all things decor and design. Follow along as we renovate our newly bought farmhouse one room at at time, and welcome baby #3. So happy you are here!

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