I live in a city where there seems to be a little shop for everything. In my neighbourhood we have: a shop which only sells billiard cues, a shop only selling musical porcelain boxes, a shop selling only chocolate sculptures (a pair of high heels made out of dark chocolate, anyone??), and my favourite, a shop selling only vintage and designer children’s chairs. It might be a bit of a niche market, but I love it!
Balouga is a lovely little shop in the northern part of the Marais, and whatever children’s vintage and designer chair you might want, you will find there!
And I was also exaggerating a bit; they also sell cute toys and cushions and some vintage furniture pieces like trunks, desks and beds! It is a design-parent’s Aladdin’s cave.
I always wonder how these specialty shops survive… Except this one, because if I lived around the corner, surely I would already have spent some money there!!!
Looks very cool! We’ll have to pay a visit when I come to Paris next time! (Though maybe we should drive, so I can actually take home a few things…)
I was just telling Courtney the other day that we needed a little table and chairs for our boys to color. Now they can draw in style.
Haha Michael, did you already make that trip to Paris in your dreams last night?