Friday, August 3, 2012

Le Douze et monsieur



Le Douze


Vreni and I stopped by this illuminated window at the end of a whirlwind day in Paris. 
The shop was just closed but we had our next event!


bon weekend

Le Douze
Rue Jacob
75006, Paris

23 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I would love to go there! Definitely an event in the making! Marvelous capture, Genie, and such a fun way to wind down my day! Have a great tomorrow!

Hugs
Sylvia

Randy said...

What a treat for the eye. Nice shot.

Rob-bear said...

What a fascinating shop. And such a delightful picture.

Louise said...

Such a beautiful window, with glorious light fittings.

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Genie:
We should have no difficulty 'placing' several of the items in this window. Could you perhaps arrange a trolley dash?!!

Kellemes hétvégét.

Merisi said...

Now I know where the chandeliers go to party! ;-)

A wonderful weekend to you too,
Merisi

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Oh I want those rose chandeliers - such a magical shop!

Thank you so much dear Genie for your special message.
I am very touched with the messages from my blog friends.
You've all helped to lift my spirits.
Nothing can fill the huge empty space in my heart but with friends like you who understand it's making it easier for me!

xox
Shane

Harriet said...

Paris is indeed the City of Light and this proves it.

Virginia said...

Are those lamps there in the center? Wow, fit for a rather large boudoir I think!
V

Malyss said...

Very impressive and warm!

Richard Ewen said...

Absolutely wonderful atmosphere of light in this photo.
Those yellow fountain shapes are spectacular! Thanks for the photo.

Kris said...

WOW! I love this view...gorgeous lighting. Paris has the most wonderful window displays. :)

Have a great weekend and I hope you stay cool.

Carrie'sCreations said...

Two of my passions, lighting and Paris!!

Alexa said...

No one was home, but it was very thoughtful of them to leave the lights on for you, Genie!

Rob-bear said...

Mais ou est monsieur? Je ne le vois pas.

Sketchbook Wandering said...

Très élégante, Genie! How they glow! (I've been away, glad to be back, will scroll down...)

louciao said...

Maybe not quite as glittering and precious as what's on display in this "vitrine" but your prize is gathering dust over in the Ragzedge window, waiting to be delivered!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Jane and Lance... trolley has been summoned!

Lynne, oh my, I am on my way!

Bear, monsieur is on the left sitting at a desk at the back of the shop

Richard, I was drawn to those fixtures as well even though they will not fit in my home

Merisi, that is too funny. This is an area will many decor shops, and what a treat to see with all the lights "on"

Alexa, if we had been ten minutes later we might have missed this show entirely!

Paris, the city of light!

Bises,
Genie

Joe said...

Such a magnificent window display. I could not pass by this illumination without taking a photo too.

Starman said...

My kind of shop.

Nat said...

What a gorgeous shop! Hope you get to go back there soon...

Mary said...

How elegant.. and beautiful shot! I spy some pretty pink. :)

Vreni said...

Why don´t I remember this store????