this is one of my favorite shops and cafe stops in all of New York City. it has the perfect balance of made in america furniture pieces highlighting natural materials while pairing the most beautiful textiles and ceramics to decorate your surfaces.
also can’t forget its equipped with a flower shop to greet you at the door.
anyone in the furniture or interior design industry should check out this new 21st century way to experience shopping in search of fewer, better things for your home.
Off the Beaten Path:
Anahi – Argentinian Steakhouse - best meal of my life!
Rue de Claire - farmers market
Frenchie To Go + several other drink & eat locations nearby all by the same owner.
Chez Ferdinand – A locals favorite. Order the steak tartare! This area is the Latin Quarter and great for dining, shopping, & nightlife for the adult crowd.
Hotel Costes – Very cool ambiance & atmosphere. Stop in here for some frites & cocktails. Near the Louvre.
G.detou – The best baking supply store in Paris.
Merci - Housewares, apparel, and other cute pick ups (near the Picasso Musuem) if you are wandering that area.
Moor Paris - Flower & antiquities shop for interesting unique finds.
Empreintes - The French Craft Concept Store - ceramics, furniture, art, and jewlery made locally.
Sights to not miss:
The Louvre - Key things to see in this museum: Mona Lisa, (look at the painting opposite of it as that one I think is way more compelling), Angel wings, Athens statue, some monet here but focus on viewing Monet at the Musee de Orsay.
Musee De Orsay museum - all the impressionists paintings start on the 5th (top floor?) & spend the most time there reveling in Edgar Degas & Monet :)
Don’t miss the Van Gogh section on the 2nd level as well! Its small exhibit but not to miss!
Musee Rodin- Thinker Statue is here in the courtyard, never a line.
Pantheon - I really liked this place! Very interesting people are buried here!
Lately I've been traveling a lot. Exactly 63 days in the past 150 days of this calendar year... try and keep up!