Shopper's Diary: Serendipity in Paris by

Issue 14 · Parisian Color · April 7, 2011

Shopper's Diary: Serendipity in Paris

Issue 14 · Parisian Color · April 7, 2011

Serendipity, a boutique located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés (the fashionable 6th arrondissement of Paris), was founded by two mothers, Elisa de Bartillat and Laurence Simoncini, who offer a mix of restored vintage pieces and well as new furniture, toys, and accessories. Good news for those of us not living in Paris: the shop will soon begin offering shipping to the US.

Above: The lampshade on the vintage floor light is adorned with rows of brightly painted clothespins.

Above: Pillows made from reclaimed canvas.

Above: A crib made from reclaimed wood.

Above: Rock'N Roll Shelving System; €318 for a set of five rolls.

Above L: Velvet Chic Star Pillows; €39. Above R: Canvas Paint Pots; €18.



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