Merci is a charity shop where designers give their collections and the shop sells them at lower prices to help underprivileged children. I kept hearing about the store and finally decided to make a visit. Even though the prices are lowered, I didn’t find anything I could afford but I liked a lot of it.

The showroom upstairs. They sell furniture, clothing, fresh flowers, and jewelry. There’s also a little tearoom.

I rather like this portion of a chandelier-it appeals to the humor in me.

I like quilted things which is probably why I was drawn to this couch.

This little car with a Christmas tree on top was in their courtyard.

8 thoughts to “Merci”

  1. Oh you got there then …thats good. I love this shop, yes not much I could afford, but the concept and the layout of the shop is so interesting. I will go again, next time I come to Paris, will take my friends, I don’t think they have been yet.

  2. Being expensive is a good thing, though, isn’t it? It probably is less expensive than the actual designer goods, but raises a lot of money for the charity. I may not be able to afford it, but the more people pay for it, the more money goes to the charity.

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