Stay tuned for more inspiration from my trip to Paris. Le Marais has so many beautiful cafes and art museums. It’s also known for its shopping experiences. There are two perpendicular roads that are full of luxury shops and stores. It does get busy so try to avoid the weekends if you’re not a fan of crowds. Speaks of fashion…if you’re looking for more fashion inspiration then go to Chirpyest’s blog to see Parisian-inspired outfits.
Crucial Elements: 12 Neutral Items For Every Room in Your HomeJune 7, 2022
This beautiful staircase lives in the historic building where I stayed in Paris. The building is located in Le Marais, a neighborhood full of shops and restaurants. There are many hidden gems and historic buildings. If you love architecture like me, then I highly recommend visiting for inspiration. Paris is decorated with stone and natural items.
Le Marais means “swamp” in French for those who don’t know. It’s not really a charming name until you learn the neighborhood’s history. During the seventeenth century, it was a swamp area that formed the eastern border of the city. As time went on, it evolved into one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Paris. See 12 neutral items inspired by my trip to Paris below.