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The new decoration temples

Nouvelles Boutique Deco

Want to redo the decor? Here are the addresses to remember to give your interior extra soul.

Datcha

Datcha changes house! The decoration studio founded 5 years ago by Amandine Furhmann and Mériadek Caraës has just moved into a new setting located a stone's throw from the Samaritaine . The brilliant creative duo now have a space large enough to present all of their collections: crockery, linens, lighting, decorative objects, and more recently furniture. All designed in Paris and made by craftsmen with forgotten know-how.

We like: the plates enamelled with soap bubble in Spain (18 €), the Murano glasses made in France ”, mouth-blown by an Italian craftsman living in France (16 €) and the mud print cushions printed with the hand. mud in India (40 €).

20 quai de la Mégisserie, Paris 1er

H&M Home

Welcome to the house. Or rather an XXL mansion with majestic staircase and impressive Haussmannian heights, filled with distinct spaces dedicated to the house. H&M Home is inaugurating its very first French concept store exclusively devoted to decoration at low prices in an inspiring setting. What a profusion! Bedroom, bathroom, living room, dining room will find their happiness, as long as you bet on very soft tones rather than marked. Note: some cool collabs' like with the Season Paper stationery, the perfumes from the Robertet house and the cool illustrations from Sacrée Frangine.

We like: bed sets worthy of a luxury hotel or with pretty floral prints on the 1st floor (€ 49.99), rattan baskets (€ 29.99), a porcelain serving dish (12.99 €), a blue Matisse- effect cushion cover (€ 4.99), a cane armchair (€ 249), an occasional coffee table (€ 49.99) and table services that are sometimes retro, sometimes very chic, without forgetting a nice selection of planters (€ 14.99) and glass vases (€ 34.99) as well as dried flowers of all kinds.

14 boulevard de Capucines, Paris 9th

Fragile House

His insanely arty plates are displayed on trendy tables as well as on the walls of stylish apartments. And for good reason, the Maison Fragile label founded by Mary Castel dusted off the art of the table with panache. Here, Limoges porcelain resembles a white canvas, thus serving as a medium of expression for prominent artists, emerging designers , calligraphers and renowned chefs.

We like: the cul-te plate by Sonia Sieff , the Coco Chanel coffee cup by Jean-Michel Tixier and the artichoke bowl with orange according to Alain Passard's collage.

32, rue de Turenne, Paris 3rd

© Michel Giesbrecht

Tram

Pooling talents is the genius idea of this young decoration label , driven by Ismail Tazi . Concretely, Trame invites trendy designers to immerse themselves in the culture and know-how of foreign artisans , in order to forge a creative dialogue between them. From their collaborative work are born unique contemporary pieces made by hand using ancient techniques. The first two collections made in Morocco and Calabria (Italy) are to be discovered in the atypical decor of an old jewelry store in the Marais , relifted by Sophie Dries.

We like: the plates in trendy colors (€ 19), ceramic candlesticks inspired by Italian bracelets (€ 75) and arty Berber rugs (€ 940).

119 rue du Temple, Paris 3rd.

© Matthieu Salvaing

Georges

Hidden in a small secret courtyard in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Georges , a little jewel of French craftsmanship , leaves nothing to chance: natural materials , local sourcing , upcycling and recycling , we reinvent the decor of his apartment every day. thanks to these nomadic and modular pieces. Let it be said, the world of Mylène Niedzialkowski is quite simply magical: cutting of dried flowers for the perfume laboratory , making of lights on the central table inspired by brutalist architecture , antique objects, sewing space, decorative accessories , minimalist furniture with assumed curves ...

We like: Pale , the iconic light inspired by retro fans (starting at € 190); Magnolias , the small pink stainless steel mesh flowers that you can hang up delicately above your sofa or to decorate a staircase (from € 145); the Soma line of furniture in solid oak wood (€ 1,170 for a stool, € 2,900 for a double bed); scented candles crafted from French organic rapeseed wax and perfume extracts of Grasse, coiled in a box of wood burned to make an object of decor zen and chic (p. 65 €).

19 rue Jacob, Paris 6e

Image Republic

From Sempé to Soledad , passing by Darcel and the legendary covers of the New Yorker , the posters of Image Republic are a hit. Already present in all the concept stores that matter, the Parisian publisher is finally opening its own street store in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés . On site, there is an insane choice of prints to pimp your walls with style, the hardest part is choosing!

We like: the pungent sentences of Loïc Prigent written in black on white (“ I was so hungry I forgot to instagram my meal ”), the graphic images of Exergian in reference to our favorite cult series and the inspiring covers of the Parisianer imaginary magazine (from € 45).

4 rue du Cherche-Midi, Paris 6th

Wilo and Grove

After having worked in prestigious auction houses, Fanny Saulay and Olivia De Fayet decided to slam the door to set up Wilo and Grove , their new generation art gallery , where emotions prevail over speculation. The two friends have been breaking market codes for four years by offering works by international artists at prices ranging from € 50 to € 5,000. A concept that hits the mark since they are inaugurating their first permanent space in the Sentier , an inspiring and furnished place where everything is for sale (opening September 17).

We like: the loops patterns by Vanessa Bouzigues, wall compositions in wood and wool (from € 220), the fashion series by photographer Hervé de Mestier (from € 450) and Hubert's delicate designs Tuesday (from € 250).

40 rue des Petits Carreaux, Paris 2nd

© Hervé Goluza

CAN

As its name suggests, the Marais Pot micro-boutique has bet everything on ... pots ! Sizes, shapes, styles, colors, there is something for all tastes and all budgets. But how does one become a pot dealer? Not finding a container worthy of the laurel received for his housewarming, Thibault decided to embark on the adventure alongside his “ buddy ” Jean. While they give pride of place to French potters , the two accomplices also present pieces by European designers every month.

We like: the Anduze jars , from the XXL version to the small egg cup, and the possibility of ordering your 100% made-to-measure pot (from € 39 for a made-to-measure pot). The jackpot is yours!

32 rue des Blancs Manteaux, Paris 4th

Ikea rivoli

No need to take the car or stand in line at Madeleine's boutique to take advantage of the mini Ikea prices, which has just opened a brand new address located on rue de Rivoli , just opposite the Samaritaine . With its 2,900m² on 3 levels, this is the opportunity to find a summary of what is most popular with Parisians, namely accessories and decorative objects: plants, storage, bed linen, art table and light fixtures .

We like succulents in pots (2.99 €), orchids (4.99 €) or large palm coconut (€ 9.99), a rattan chair (€ 139), very suspensions Bali style, beautiful handmade rug (€ 299), a scandi coffee table (€ 49.99), a beautiful Mad Men armchair (€ 259) or even a great selection of bed sets, including a blue and white checkered one.

144 rue de Rivoli, Paris 1st

© Julien Hay

Also discoverthe new La Redoute Intérieurs store in the Sentier and the coolest hardware store in Paris .

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