Top interior design shops are the absolute delight of every design aficionado, whether you’re just passing by, or really looking for the most incredible items to furnish your home. It’s important to balance functionality and luxury when searching for the greatest products. While at Paris Design Week, and visiting Maison Et Objet 2019, you’re surrounded by design everywhere you go! With that in mind, Paris Design Agenda would like to offer you the ultimate guide for the top interior design shops in Paris, that you’ll absolutely love. The City of Lights is a design shopper’s dream, and there’s no better place to start exploring than Paris, so scroll down and find out!
Inspired by the world’s heritage and cultures, Aldeco Interior Fabrics is a dynamic and creative Portuguese brand specialized in high-end interior fabrics. Their stunning collections are a result of the passion devoted by their Design Department, combined with innovation and in tune with the latest fashion and design trends. Aldeco’s concept is represented by their high-end fabrics with the best quality, elegance, and functionality.
Address: Showroom Aldeco, 23 rue du Mail – 75002 Paris
Élitis is a French author and editor of cutting-edge interior design products: wallpapers, wallcoverings, fabrics, accessories, and furniture.
Address: 35 rue de Bellechasse – 75007 Paris
Hermès is a French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer established in 1837, today specializing in leather, lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfumery, jewelry, watches and ready-to-wear. Hermes is no stranger to expansion.
Address: 20 rue Bonaparte – 75006 Paris
Striking a balance between “timeless” and “modern”, Ralph Lauren creates collections that express a unique sense of personal style inspired by the rich visual imagery around him: the rustic beauty of the American West, the golden age of Hollywood glamour, the sleek innovation of automotive design or an authentic equestrian heritage.
Address: Showroom Designers Guild, 4 Rue Vide Gousset – 75002 Paris
The firm Rubelli, founded in 1858, produces hand-made fabrics using traditional techniques as well as highly sophisticated textiles.
Address: 11-13 rue de l’Abbaye – 75006 Paris
This concept shop from the design firm founded by Houssam Kanaan in 2010 features the brand’s own 1950s-inspired furniture, as well as other internationally designed pieces. Other fun items abound, like a vintage Pepsi sign and a selection of photographs and candles from art and lifestyle collective Lola James Harper.
Address: 28 Rue des Vinaigriers, 75010 Paris, France
Limited-edition artworks and prints from graphic artists get the royal treatment at this gallery/print shop. The narrow space, which opened last June (adding to their other outpost in the Marais), hosts a different exhibition each month, with a wide selection of numbered and signed prints from various artists’ repertoires always available.
Address: 1 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris, France
It began as a pop-up shop three years ago and now it features a drool-worthy display of contemporary collections from Nordic, French, and Anglo brands, a majority of which are represented by Serax, a Belgian platform for makers. In the three-floor, all-white space, founder Pascale Gibert exposes the heart and soul of artisans by displaying information around their individual objects. Standout pieces make this a must-go store in Paris.
Address: 19 Rue Yves Toudic, 75010 Paris, France
Located in the 10e arrondissement de Paris, this is a special store. Accessory designers Louise Damas and Claire Rischette joined forces to open this one-stop-shop to showcase their individual jewelry and handbag collections. But you’ll also find brass knobs and hooks in the shape of pineapples and crocodiles, raw leather plant hangers, and a large selection of candles and fragrance sachets.
Address: 6 Rue du Château d’Eau, 75010 Paris, France
With the traditional Indian savoir-faire and the Parisian refinement, designer Usha Bora fills a void in the Paris design world with vibrant items that exemplify genuine artisanship. With wood-block prints from Rajasthan and handwoven cushions made in Assam (the northeast India region where she was born), Jamini shop offers scarves woven with “peace silk” yarn and notebooks filled with 100 percent natural paper made from elephant and rhino waste via a process that helps preserve forests.
Address: 10 Rue du Château d’Eau, 75010 Paris, France
Roche Bobois is a French retailer of top-end furniture. He works in collaboration with a number of designers and architects from all over the world to create its collections.
Address: 18 Rue de Lyon, 75012 Paris, França
It is impossible not to stop into this shop when you pass by on the fancy rue Saint Honoré. Handmade pottery, made out of black terracotta clay, and the scented candles are worldwide known.
Address: 173 Rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris
Since 2001, this store has been inspiring homemakers and professional interior designers alike to create the bedrooms of their dreams. From beds and divans, soft blankets and bedcovers, to cushions and curtains in a myriad of colors and styles, we will find everything inside Caravane Chambre 19.
Address: Saint Paul 6, rue Pavée – 75004 Paris
Located in an atmospheric retail arcade built-in 1826, Pierre Passebon’s Galerie du Passage is a top stop for connoisseurs (including auction house chairman Simon de Pury and Princess Caroline of Monaco) of rare 20th-century furnishings and objets d’art. The two-story space is the place to find quirky antiques with personality, from midcentury ceramics to the animal-inspired furnishings of Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne.
Address: 20 Galerie Véro-Dodat, 75001 Paris
Georges Le Manach has made its fabrics in the same Touraine factory since 1829. Two picks: the Concini pattern, which re-creates a Louis XIII print and has been in the inventory for more than 50 years, and the custom-made Les Blasons, which takes its design from a client’s coat of arms (and is available in 50-plus colors!).
Address: 27 Rue du Mail, 75002 Paris, França
The eclectic furnishings on display at India Mahdavi’s 7th arrondissement showroom and neighboring boutique inspire wanderlust at every turn-fitting given the Iranian-born interior designer’s peripatetic background. Colorful cane-backed folding chairs, pattern-woven baskets, and tessellated cement tiles make ideal souvenirs for those who can’t carry away the Murano-glass lamps and accent tables.
Address: 3 Rue las Cases, 75007 Paris
Les Années Lumières
Les années lumières is a huge store of luminaires right into the Raspail Boulevard who dedicate a permanent personal space to the English designer “the Tom Dixon room” who works essentially in this collection with copper and brass and the emblematic Wingback couch. Find floor and suspension lamps which are the success of this partisan.
Address: 284 Boulevard Raspail, 75014 Paris
Walk into this store and the hardest decision you make will be what to bring home with you! From classy ‘60s kitchen units up to modern-day, chic table stereo systems, this is the place if you seek the ultimate item to give character to a room.
Address: 5, rue Antoine Vollon, Paris
At Sentou, owner Pierre Romanet always has new discoveries and commissions: furniture, lighting, textiles, and tableware by established names and emerging designers. It’s an ideal shop not only to find the unexpected gift – for example, convex mirrors in different shapes and colors – but also icons like Isamu Noguchi paper lantern lamps, Jean Prouvé chairs, and Alvar Aalto vases. A shop that will wow you with color and curves. Very MoCo Loco.
Address: 14 Rue Moreau, 75012 Paris
The designer Veronese is renowned for its whimsically colorful glass chandeliers which are made using traditional techniques in Murano, Italy. Here you can find a beautiful and elegant collection of lighting fixtures.
Address: 327 Rue Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris