This means we get bread, fromage, cornichons, coffee, real yoghurt, confiture, bottles of wine for the apartement and some incredible FLOWERS.... Not any flowers but ones we can't get at the "unsupermarket" we have here in a small town.
So, while we are going through this cold snap here in South Central Texas ,( which is on a similar latitude as Tampa) and the wind chill is 7 degrees..(Yup one digit.) I am reminicing about balmy Paris in JANUARY!
After Pascal Mutel ,where we used to get flowers, closed one of his shops on the Carrefour de L'Odeon, we were surprised it is now a shop devoted to artisanal single malt scotch and whiskies mostly made in Japan.( not a problem, but we were in search of Les Fleurs.) When you are in search of flowers Scotch just doesn't cut the mustard, AND when you are in search of Scotch, flowers don't quite float the boat either!!!!!
in the Marais, at 2 Rue St Gilles.
Love this very basic domed light fixture with little postcards of musical notes ....
Do you think it has something to do with the fact he studied at L'Ecole des Beaux Arts???? Nah!!!!
As you will see in later posts.
Another great idea, take your curly willow put small vases in some organza bags and put some orchids in there. Simple, Classy, Elegant.
Look at how they do the bag, with the little sprig tied with raffia....... And their card.
Thanks Frederic!!! We'll be back!