Paris: 5 decorative addresses around the Denfert-Rochereau metro

Paris: 5 decorative addresses around the Denfert-Rochereau metro

Lines 4 and 6 and the RER B intersect at Denfert-Rochereau station. Its name pays homage to Pierre Philippe Denfert-Rochereau, French colonel, who defended Belfort against the Prussians in 1970. It is one of the oldest stations in Paris and today, nearly 5 million people pass through this every year. If when you leave work, during your lunch break or a relaxing afternoon, you want decoration, a little tour in the neighborhood.

1- Terre Design

A perfectly mastered selection of furniture, lighting and accessories, strongly anchored in modernity. We meet the latest Vitra model, the latest creations by Noé Duchaufour-Laurence, Jean Marie Massaud or Antonio Citterio. But also the brand new range of Foscarini lights, or the classic must-haves like Knoll, USM, Flexform. 38 bis rue Gassendi - 75 014 Paris

2- Cartier Foundation

We come for exhibitions: Ron Mueck and his realistic sculptures are extended until October 27, 2013, America Latina will follow, an exhibition on Latin American photography from the 1960s to the present day in partnership with the Museo Amparo de Puebla (Mexico). But we also come here for its architecture signed Jean Nouvel, while transparency and reflections. We do not hesitate to sneak behind the building to enjoy the garden in peace. 261 boulevard Raspail - 75 014 Paris

3- Traveling

Creativity, change of scenery, colors, humor, pleasure ... Travelingue has been a veritable institution for thirty years, located in the heart of the 14th district of Paris. There is everything (decor, dishes, gifts ...) but above all original and quirky at all prices. 20 rue Boulard - 75 014 Paris

4- MP Samie porcelain

We could not miss this shop although it is closer to the Mouton-Duvernet or Alésia metro than Denfert-Rochereau. At the corner of avenue du Général Leclerc and rue Couëdic, the blue facade does not go unnoticed. Inside, porcelain. From top to bottom, from left to right, in every corner and in every direction, there is only for porcelain. 45 Avenue du Général Leclerc - 75014 Paris

5- Madame de

A charming contemporary and retro consignment store, in the heart of the lively rue Daguerre. Perfect to find lots of vintage clothes in great condition. You can also treat yourself to an eclectic and sophisticated selection of decorative items, dishes and other coffee services from yesteryear by Armelle, the hostess. 65 rue Daguerre - 75 014 Paris
Our practical entrance decoration videos