You had that dream again: You stretch and roll across a heap of exquisite Parisian bed linens — only to rouse (in reality) on your scratchy jersey fitted sheet.
Frenching shouldn’t inspire such rude awakenings, as evidenced by new online shop Cachette.
The site (co-founded by Anglo-French lovers who abandoned London to start a life — and the business — in the South of France) is packed to the hilt with whimsical, precious, and decadent goods befitting a Francophile-slash-European fantasy.
Marseille and artisanal milk soaps are just the beginning: Stateside shoppers can also find weighty Dutch paper lanterns, old-timey scrub brushes, and beaded necklaces sourced from London bazaars.
Stamp your passport to cool, minus shelling out for a transcontinental flight, with champagne vinegar, jellies, labels, and paper-wrapped chalk and drawing kits.
Try to trompe that.
Available online at cachette.com, $4-$134.
Photo: Courtesy of Cachette