In Paris, there is no shortage of florists. Here is a non-exhaustive list of some of the most beautiful florists in the capital
L’arbre Bleu located in the 6th arrondissement brings together a team of young florists with an eco-responsible approach. The flowers in this shop come only from short circuits, enough to combine beauty and ecology.
L’Arbre Bleu, 4 rue de Candolle, Paris
Aoyama Flower Market
Welcome to Japan… In Paris ! Ayoma Flower Market is a florist created in 1989 in the Aoyama region of Tokyo. Its concept? Live with flowers every day! Its essence? Propose an art of living accompanied by flowers and greenery, to put well-being at the center of everything! Driven by the desire to adorn the lives of French people with flowers, Ayoma has opened its first store abroad on rue du Bac, in Paris! Flower power and a guaranteed Japanese atmosphere…
AOYAMA FLOWER MARKET – 96 Rue du Bac, 75007 Paris
Established for nearly twenty years a stone’s throw from the Palais-Royal, Stéphane Chapelle’s boutique is a distillation of elegance and harmony. Although this florist-gardener has long been a benchmark (he counts Chanel and L’Oréal among his clients), he is nonetheless a craftsman who loves simplicity. Less classic and calibrated than those of other renowned florists, his compositions are elegant without being precious, classic without ever lacking in originality. And thanks to his careful staging and his art of handling contrast, the workshop-boutique that bears his name is a feast for the eyes !
Stéphane Chapelle Florist – 29 rue de Richelieu, 75001
Luc Deschamps flowers the capital, its storefronts and facades of hotels, restaurants, shopping centers or reception halls thanks to wonderful plant decorations. At 18 avenue NIEL in the 17th arrondissement, you will also be charmed and captivated by the Deschamps boutique, whose storefront awash in multicolored flowers bewitches onlookers, floral art enthusiasts or Instagrammers in search of a splendid natural backdrop. A veritable Garden of Eden… And if you want to know the story of Deschamps, we tell you everything here !
DESCHAMPS – 18 Avenue Niel, 75017 Paris
Flamant – Oz Garden
Oz Garden is a veritable jewel of flowers and poetry nestled in the prettiest square in Paris: Place de Furstemberg. Between the Seine and the Saint Germain Church, this is where Cécile chose to settle. Cécile, the emblematic boss, has as much cheekiness as delicacy.
8 rue de Furstemberg, 75006 Paris