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Allons voir si la rose…

  Difficile de ne pas remarquer dans notre boutique de la rue de Saintonge, ces drôles de tapis sombres ou noirs à grands motifs floraux… Pas le tapis de quiconque, des pièces très fortes… Nous les avons testés dans la vraie vie au milieu d’intérieurs modernes et, pour nous, le rendu est non seulement superbe, […]

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Gachon Pothier for Coachella

So, we’ve heard you were planning on attending Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival? You are quite right: it is THE hippie chic music get together. And this year’s line up is really impressive. After some thoughts, and a lot of back and forth, you’ve decided to go for Arcade Fire, Lana Del Rey, Pharrell […]

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The Burgundy Affair

Burgundy is charming – it is calm, quiet, and relaxing. A beautiful countryside paired with some of the best wine in the world and an abundance of culinary delights tend to produce nothing less. The Route des Grands Crus is a 60km stretch that twists and turns through rolling green hills, from north to south, […]

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French Fall Destination: Aubrac

We always seek the road less travelled, but vacation getaways can be so overrun with tourists these days, that it’s getting harder to find places to truly get away. Get lost this fall in the enchantment of a remote, wild plateau in the south of France: Aubrac. This small green, volcanic territory is one of […]

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Holiday in Catalonia

This holiday our nomadic sensibilities were caught in the allure of northern Catalonia. Between baths in the clear waters of the Aguablava beaches, late-night music at a bohemian jazz bar surrounded by sunflowers, and strolls through the gardens of Salvador Dalí’s castle, we experienced an unforgettable vacation in Girona, one of Spain’s most picturesque and […]

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Go by Foot: Canal Saint Martin

While you were enjoying a delicious lunch on the terrace at Bouli with Florence, I was off in one of the city’s prettiest areas, down by Canal Saint-Martin. I can’t think of a better way to spend an afternoon, and I know you’ll love it too. On your way to Saint-Martin, make your way to […]

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Hang Your Hat in Paris

Alexandrine and I love Paris (and our trips out to the countryside too). On my travels through the city, I always take time to stop, see what’s new, and rediscover those still-surviving and older bits of Paris. This city has many layers. It’s also a city of talkers. We find each other through word-of-mouth, catching […]

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