Paris is full of history – obvious enough, right? For a walk through the past, visit the MarchÃ© aux Puces at the Porte de Clignancourt. Furniture, clothing, accessories and every day knick-knacks from periods gone by are housed in this large antique market at the edge of Paris. The atmosphere is lively and busy and there areÂ plenty of things to grab (and keep!) your attention for hours.
A neat pile of white radiators
Doors: Three in a row
Door moulding detail
For a bite to eat and some Edith Piaf entertainment, visit Chez Louisette.
For more information about the MarchÃ© aux Puces click here.
For more information about Chez Louisette click here.
All photos by Jordana.
Caviar 20 continues to offer an incredible selection of artwork, antique furniture and beautiful sculptures. I am particularly smitten with their unique white light fixtures. Each one tells a story of an era gone by.
First up is aÂ white lamp circa 1970 designed by the well-known Venitian glass-makers, Vistosi.
Vistosi "Phantom" lamp
Â Next we haveÂ the Danish disc chandelier. I love the sculptural sophistication of this piece.
Danish disc chandelier
A third favourite is this unique French art deco octagon chandelier. It adds instant glamour to any room.
French Octagon chandelier
If you would like more information about these and other exceptional pieces, go have a peek at Caviar 20. It’s a feast for the eyes!
Images courtesy of Caviar 20.Â
Now this is something to definitely tweet about.
So Sweet Birdhouse
Â Photo courtesy of The Paris Apartment Boutique.