Suffering from IKEA fatigue? Don’t panic, there is furniture made outside Sweden. Spread over nearly 350 square metres, Fleux offers a plethora of decorative and colourful design pieces. Opened in 2005, Luc Moulin’s and Gaétan Aucher’s boutique focuses on two key concepts: the superfluous and the luxurious. So rather than practical flat pack, expect to find anything from ceramic owls to green deer heads and paper lanterns. But it’s not all impractical gewgaws – even if the keyword here is derision, many pieces also serve a purpose, such as bird hooks (€15.50 for two), lamps in old jars and hand-shaped bookends (€24.90).
39 et 52 rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie
|Opening hours:||Du lundi au vendredi de 11h à 19H30, le samedi de 10H30 à 20h et le dimanche de 14H à 19h|
|Transport:||Métro: Hôtel de Ville|
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Incredible shop. So much fun to browse and occasionally buy. There's two opposite each other in the Marais - I would definitely recommend both!
A very quirky shop filled with all kinds of trinkets - it's a fun place to look around even if you don't end up buying anything!