Drop your Pinterest, the new Printemps de la Maison has pinpointed the latest decoration trends in a #InRealLife space presented like an authentic Parisian apartment. Result, no need to project yourself through images to be inspired, you just need to stroll around the three levels of the department stores now dedicated to the.
Facing the Citadium store, the former’s men’s building has become the temple of the home sweet home styled thanks to the intervention of Sarah Lavoine. The guru of trendy design has redesigned the place like a Haussmanian triplex, bright and airy, where we can perfectly see ourselves living all year round.
Living room, kitchen, bedroom: each level corresponds to a room of the ideal flat. The owner’s tour is a must: Bo Concept sofas, Petite Friture hanging fixtures, Tom Dixon lamps, House Doctor tableware, Opinel knives, Bloomingville objects, Moulinex robots, Yves Delorme sheets, the selection very cleverly combines prestigious brands, up and coming publishing houses and labels at a wide array of prices. To be noted, the first corner of La Petite Papeterie Française to get your hands on agendas, notebooks, binders and other office indispensables, so you can become an organisation pro without waiting to go back to school.
While you are there, don’t miss the Maison Sarah Lavoine pop-up in the atrium of the main building. The interior architect has set up the decor of a holiday seaside house: wicker armchairs, geometric mirrors, cosy cushions, vitamin filled plates, carry-all baskets. Miam, les Choupettes de Chouchou will be landing Thurdsay to Sunday from 2pm to 6pm to impress the crowds with its irresistible puff pastries filled with Chantilly cream.
Pop-up store Sarah Lavoine Loves Printemps Espace, Atrium du Printemps Mode Femme, until the 19th of August.