During Maison et Objet don’t forget to visit some vintage stores you may like, discovering some retro decorative objects in the city of Lights.
Discover the harmonious co-habitation in Nationale 7, where you’ll find vinyl records among the vintage furniture. The boutique, located on Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière in the 10th arrondissement since 2013, brings together the passions of Franck Pompidor (owner of Ground Zero, a Parisian record store that’s been around since 2004) and Maximin Jacquier (who runs a vintage furniture boutique at the second-hand haven Marché Paul Bert in St. Ouen) under one roof.
Blou surely deserves a visit. The two redecorated inspirational stores are located in the mostly-residential Batignolles neighborhood on the outskirts of the 17th arrondissement.
The owners Julien and Nicolas demonstrate an eloquent taste in furniture, interior decoration, design objects and contemporary art.
There you’ll find european contemporary furniture and lighting within Blou’s vast collection, like chairs by Muuto, Normann Copenhagen and Prostoria.
Since 2014 that Maison Aimable takes special attention to accessories and there you’ll find your favorite one. You can see its unique objects in a quiet street near the animated Bastille. The decoration redefines the shop as a home-like setting. The owner Muriel Rousseau introduces her customers to independent designers from all over the globe with her selection.
Ateliers Auguste promotes smartly crafted men’s bags and accessories . The shop was opened shop in December 2013, occupying an industrial-type space in the Bastille area. Good design, functionality and the desire to encourage local artisanship seems to be the winning formula behind the store.