Exclusive Selection of Paris’ Interior Design shops
Take a look at our selection of the best Paris’ Interior Design shop you will want to go. Time to plan a city break in the French Capital!
First of all, you already discover more about the next Maison&Objet 2018, the biggest European event dedicated to housing, design and architecture. Furthermore, there is much more to discover in the French capital. Hence, discover our selection of Paris’ Interior Design shop you will want to go!
First of all, a shop located Rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie; Fleux. Fleux’ is a concept-store born in 2005. It is now the Design reference.
Probably one of the unmissable places for the decoration fans and the Design aficionados, who are looking for exclusives creations and unusual references. Due to the 4 spaces that make-up this entire entity, all located on the same street.
Most of all, it is the selection offered by Fleux, prospective and avant-gardist, which define the codes on an uncompleted elegance, by mixing trends with creativity and irony.
Due to their selection, from the simple item available at 5€ to the collector’s piece sold at 7000€, Fleux’ generalizes the Design without renouncing to the excellence of the most beautiful items.
Because there, you can find a lot of lightings inspiration we look for some beautiful furniture to propose to you. Another proposition; take a look at these two amazing lamp from DelightFull, the Hanna Floor Lamp and the Torchiere Floor Lamp:
Opposite shop with Mayaro that is specialized in Interior Design fashion for men. So, they are a mix between concept store and gallery. Therefore, they describe themselves as:
“At the crossroads of the concept store and the art gallery, MAYARO is a haunt of aesthetes, a collective of singular craftsmen who invent objects and make experiments.”
The New York Time style magazine wrote about them:
“The concept store-gallery-collective was founded by Nicolas Floquet, an entrepreneur, avid collector and co-owner of the Michelin-starred restaurant Saturne in Paris; and Eloïse Gilles and Rapaëlle de Panafieu, the duo who brought back to life the 200-year-old brand of artisanal fans Duvelleroy. “We wanted to revive the roots of luxury: the intimate relationship that can develop between backers (like us) and artisans,” Eloïse said. “We imagined a space where clients, artisans and designers could come together and create.”
The trio curated a sharp and diverse collection of goods made by innovative artisans, including the bootmaker Christophe Corthay, formerly of Maison Corthay; Guy Chanel, a leather saddlemaker who cut his teeth at Hermès; and IOTA Element, a trio of woodworkers specializing in fine furnishings that incorporate technology and sound. And they’ve brought on board chef Sven Chartier of Saturne, who will dream up dishes alongside the sommelier Ewen Le Moigne for small weekly dinners at Mayaro.“
Seems like you know what does this shop’s name means! Merci, thanks in English is also one of the best Interior Design shops in Paris.
Merci is a place created in March 2009 in the heart of the historic district of Haut-Marais. Bernard and Marie-France Cohen, realized that Paris lacked a place which would bring together the best of the world of fashion, of design, of household goods with welcome refreshment areas.
Merci is, moreover, very pleased to act as a developer or launch-pad to the young designers who, thanks to this sounding-board, can make themselves known to the many customers and international personalities who visit Merci.
Merci is a commercial enterprise “like any other company” founded by shareholders “unlike any other shareholders”. As a result, the founders decided that the proceeds of this investment would serve to fund an endowment paying for educational projects and development in south-west Madagascar
In conclusion, we wanted to show you this exceptional shop: Le Manach. A must see in Paris. First of all, The Maison Le Manach was founded in 1829 and is celebrating two centuries of textile creation. Therefore, its heritage is full of numerous archives that are generating an inexhaustible source of inspiration.
As a result of their selection of classicism to a very contemporary decoration, this Maison is always looking forward. And thanks to the uniqueness of the Toiles and Nacrés de Tours concept, limitless possibilities are offered to clients. Those exceptional fabrics can be customized ad infinitum with a large range of colours, variety of designs.
Finally, in 2006, Le Manach was one of the first French companies to receive the “Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant”. It is a State honour that underlines French companies preserving hand-crafted and industrial know-how.
Because Le Manach renown was built through years and its unique know-how, making it very attractive for world-class professionals. Due to their incredible work, Le Manach furnishes historical monuments all around the world. Fo, instance the Manufacture reweaved the green damask in the Eugénie Empress music saloon in the Compiègne castle.
In conclusion, you get a taste of French interior design shop tells us what did you think about our selection!