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Mai 2017

My Little Paris, maison d’été à Montmartre. mai 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © My Little Paris

My Little Paris is opening its summer house in Montmartre

Sandra Serpero

Slowing down, reconnecting with simplicity, savoring the moment, developing creativity: it may tell you something? These are the principles of slow life. The good news? My Little Paris will celebrate them all summer long by welcoming its community between the walls of its new secret address. After the Canal de l’Ourcq where My Little Paris had settled last summer, head to Montmartre in a charming guest house. Ready for some new experiences out of the digital world? Created in 2008, after a newsletter sent by Fany Péchiodat, founder of My Little Paris, to several friends to make them want to fall back in love with Paris again, My Little Paris has quickly developed and has become a community of more than 4 million people! Expert on good ideas and beautiful Parisian addresses, the team is spoiling once again its readers by opening the door of its new summer house. A white house, located in a paved street and hanging on the butte Montmartre. This is where My Little Paris has chosen to install its new summer annex. A home like a family home with a beautiful garden, a large host table in the kitchen, a warm fireplace, a cushioned attic transformed into a movie theater …
This haven of peace, bucolic and poetic has been decorated with the help of several renowned designers such as Antoinette Poisson, designer of painted wallpapers, Alix D. Reynis, designer of porcelain furniture and accessories, and Marin Montagut, known for his watercolor illustrations. The team of My Little Paris has left nothing to chance, from the selection of books to photos through found objects, this house sticks closer to the values ​​of the team and aims for serenity: “The idea, This year, was to recreate a summer house in Paris, a hidden address on the heights of Montmartre, which allows everyone to recharge their batteries, “explains Fany Pechiodat, founder of My Little Paris. Open onto the world, this house will welcome from June until the end of August a plethora of events and offer multiple experiences. Parisians will be invited to open-air conferences, breakfasts, exhibitions by Instagram photographers, tastings of vegetable cocktails, embroidery workshops or drawing classes. A rich and seductive program to watch over the newsletters throughout the summer. Paris in a “slow life” mode reinvents itself to offer an enchanting parenthesis to city dwellers: we love it, we love it!

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