Saturday, June 6, 2009

Shopping in Paris, rive droite

In Paris many concept stores dedicated to children have opened.
Their purpose? First of all to be particularly successful with their own decoration. Everything is thought out in every detail.
Secondly, moms can find clothes, strollers, accessories, furniture, decoration, small presents for birthdays parties .. all good unique and very Parisian discoveries!
after the rive gauche, here is a selection of shops Rive droite.

Direction the center of Paris at Not So Big, installed in the old Halles public baths.
The idea of the place: The parme rubber ground to remember that we are in a gay and colorful place for children!

Nearby by feet, go to Merci and csao, two stores which reverse some of their profits to associations of Madagascar and Africa. At Merci you will find vintage clothes and designers for kids such as April showers, at CSAO you will find their famous plastic rug.

In the Marais district, in addition to the major brands like Muji or la chaise longue, great to find treasures for young and old, you will be able to get the famous French Bensimon tennis for you and your kids at their general store Home autour du monde... also a great place to find beautiful tableware, cushions, accessories for your interior.

Let's go to Bastille then to visit new shops such as les fleurs and Loulou addict which propose many European brands and designers in decoration.

Finish by a stop at Lilibulle.
This trendy parisian store is one of the first to have launched a blog and a shop dedicated to kids. This is also where you will find the collection of decoration books published by éditions Paumes.

Bon shopping !

Bensimon-Home 8 and 12 rue des francs bourgeois, 75003 Paris
Notsobig, 38 Rue Tiquetonne 75002 Paris
Les fleurs, 6 passage Josset, 75011 Paris
Merci, 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75011 Paris
CSAO, 9 rue elzevir, 75003 Paris
Lilibulle 3 rue de la forge royale 75011Paris
Pictures: Lilibulle, loulou addict, les fleurs, Interieurs, Merci.


travelingmama said...

We are planning a trip to Paris in October, so these will definitely be going on my "must see" list! Thanks for the links and addresses! Also, do you know of any great places to find fun and interesting vintage items like buttons and trim?
Tina (aka Travelingmama)

delfée said...

en effet, ce sont des incontournables !