Decoration: 5 Parisian addresses to feel good at home

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In these times of confinement, we have never been so much at home. The living room has become our base camp, the kitchen our office, the bedroom our refuge... So let's be clear: we need something new! Fortunately, Parisian decoration stores are holding up, reinventing themselves, and helping us to spruce up our interiors. Here are 5 shops to treat yourself while supporting our local businesses.


Esther and Paul, the no frills gallery

The desire of the founders of this gallery like no other is to bring art into each of us. They therefore decided to break the codes, far from the often intimidating world of Parisian galleries, by imagining " Esther and Paul ", their " no frills gallery ". Each piece exhibited is unique, while remaining affordable. Their selection is eclectic and unpretentious. Photography lovers, figurative enthusiasts or fans of abstract art, it is likely that you will find the work that will seduce you. We feel welcome, and Esther and Paul are present to accompany us in the quest for the perfect work. For the moment, a selection is available on the gallery's Instagram account. And as soon as the confinement is over, we'll go and discover their pop-up ephemeral boulevard Saint-Germain until at least December 31!

Esther and Paul 29, rue Saint Sulpice 75006 Paris – Instagram: esther_and_paul. During confinement: publication of the works on Instagram, purchase online or in DM and go to the store.


Rue Rangoli, the love of committed design

Le rangoli is an ancestral art that comes to us fromIndia and symbolizes benevolence and openness to the world. These are the values ​​of the creator of this temple of committed design.
The creations exhibited at Rue Rangoli have all been made from recycled materials, by craftsmen from all over the world, from India to Vietnam, via Aubervilliers. The result: furniture and decorative objects eco design 100% upcycled. Like this elegant console table (Ateliers Solidaires Initiatives) whose top is a wooden step from a school dating from Jules Ferry. Or these metal IPN lamps from construction sites for an industrial touch in your interior... And to settle in comfortably, lounge chairs caned from recycled plastic bags stretch out their arms to the visitor. By buying at Rue Rangoli, we support a neighborhood business, but also the circular economy eco-system that the address accompanies and supports. 

Rangoli Street, 74 Rue du Cherche-Midi, 75006 Paris – Instagram: ruerangoli. During confinement: online purchase and collection on site. 


La Boudeuse, pimp the shepherdesses 

The Boudeuse it is above all a place of creation, discovery and encounter. You can buy there vintage furniture, but also the decorative objects offered by Laure, the owner of the place. Upholsterer of training, she pimps shepherdesses and other toad armchairs neglected at the bottom of an attic. She also revives tin cans that local residents drop off for her, and transforms them into charming little cachepots decorated with pretty succulents. As for his cushions with shimmering fabrics, they guarantee pep's to the most gloomy of canapés. As long as the shop is closed, everything happens on Instagram, and as soon as it reopens, we can even create with her since she organizes workshops every week... We're already dreaming about it! 

The Boudeuse, 38 Rue du Poteau, 75018 Paris. 09 86 08 34 21 - Instagram: laboudeuseparis. During confinement: product stories to book in MP then to pick up on site.


Kabane Design, composer of atmospheres

The founder of Kabane Design is a composer, of music but also of atmospheres. Her passion for decoration has sharpened her eye and her selection oscillates between ethno-chic et industrial design, with a particular talent for combining styles.
The furniture he selects comes from Northern Europe but also from Vendée with the 100% made in France metal and wood furniture brand: Resistub. We fell in love with their shelf with seventies lines that will match any wall. The editor Pols Potten has found its place at Kabane with a sumptuous white and gold object vase. And for the light to be soft and delicate, these are the aerial suspensions and wall lights of the brand Vasara in wood structure and weaving of wire which will seduce you for sure.  

Kabane Design, 36 rue Damremont 75018 Paris. 01 73 74 44 22 – Instagram: kabanedesignparis. During confinement: call and collect, selection and reservation by phone or Instagram.


BLOU, design of beauty

More than a selection of brands and products, Blou proposes a true universe, composed of furniture and objects that will immediately appeal to lovers of and something beautiful and design. At Blou, it is demonstrated that functionality can be beautiful, and vice versa! A craving for lights made in France ? We recommend the lamps DCWeditions. Need to change sofa? The Mags model of the brand There are in velvet is modular at will and will meet all your expectations. Especially since it comes in more than 50 colors ! As for decorative objects, cracking guaranteed for the Vitra elephant. To have fun and support this beautiful Parisian address which will celebrate this year these 10 years, go to Batignolles.

BLUE, 20 rue des dames 75017 Paris – 97 rue legendre 75017 Paris – 99 rue legendre 75017 Paris. Instagram: blou_paris. During confinement: click and collect, by appointment.

Our thanks to Nathalie Zaouti from the blog The Parisienne for his selection and valuable collaboration. Instagram: @theparisienne – Blog:

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