Guest Post: Joelix

7 Jan

{Note from Jillian: Oh how I’ve missed this space and all the creative doings behind a post.  But slowly I’m coming back and I have lots of ideas swirling in my head that I’ll get busy with once I’m a fully functioning two- handed person.  One of the most important parts of blogging for me is really the community behind it.  Over the last years I’ve made some wonderful like-minded blogger friends.  They encourage and cheer me on.  They inspire me to no end.  And as I have seen during these last few weeks of having only one working hand, they reach out and help me when I need it.  So a big warm thank you to you all.  Today Judith from the lovely blog JOELIX has once again graciously written up a fantastic post to share with you all.  This little shop she came across in Paris seems like heaven to me.  I would move a little bed into the back of the store and move in if I could.  So bright and happy and full of such beautiful things (especially for this girl who loves anything Japanese!).  Thanks Judith for introducing us to the most lovely of  shops Adeline Klam.  Now that trip to Paris can’t come soon enough!

Coucou, it’s me again: Judith from Did you check One Bunting Away’s post about the pretty Petit Pan shops in Paris? Well, here is another reason for Jillian to come to Paris soon: the beautiful Adeline Klam boutique.

Only a few weeks ago I came here for the first time and met the lovely Emlie from Griottes and Eléonore from Deer and Doe. I was completely charmed by the cute & welcoming atmosphere. At Adeline Klam you’ll find lots of Japanese paper goods, stationery, pillows, photo albums, Japanese fabrics, DIY books, wooden toys and so much more.

What I liked most about the boutique, is that it’s very spacious & bright. In the back there’s room for creative workshops for both kids and adults, which are organized a few times a week. This month you can learn how to make ballotins or a garland of paper cranes. I think Jillian’s kids will love this because they’re completely into origami!

Adeline Klam /// 54, Boulevard Richard Lenoir /// 75011 Paris /// metro Richard Lenoir /// +33 (0)1 48 07 20 88
Open every monday through saturday: 11AM – 7PM.


8 Responses to “Guest Post: Joelix”

  1. giova brusa January 7, 2013 at 14:18 #

    Oohhh, I’m keeping away from this one, I think it would hurt my wallet big time! Such a beautiful store, and beautiful pics from Judith, as always!

    • Jillian in Italy January 7, 2013 at 15:00 #

      The photos are so gorgeous! They really capture the whole personality of the shop.

      • Judith January 7, 2013 at 17:32 #

        Ohhh merci you two! You both should definitely visit this store. It’s so much prettier in person! And Adeline is so nice & sweet herself. And about the wallet: everything is quite affordable here 😉

  2. petra January 7, 2013 at 14:47 #

    Thanks for these paris posts! My in laws just bought an apt there and last time i went to montmartre to marche st.pierre et mercerie molline and now i can’t wait to visit adeline klam and petit pan. Keep the shops coming!

    • Jillian in Italy January 7, 2013 at 15:01 #

      They bought an apt in Paris?! Lucky you. I would go there every month if I were you. If you go to these shops you have to tell me everything! I really am thinking of organising a quick 2 day trip there (wanna meet me?).

  3. GrammaO January 7, 2013 at 14:53 #

    Please, please, please, Jillian, don’t go without your Mama in tow. Absolutely beautiful. And yes, wallet is just with the thought. Thank you for sharing this.

  4. Cindy January 12, 2013 at 01:30 #

    Wow what a beautiful shop and pictures. Paris is definitely on my todolist.

  5. Ana January 19, 2013 at 03:45 #

    What a great shop! And I love Joelix! I found your blog via Alt Summit Online class. It’s very nice here. 🙂

    Have a lovely weekend, Jillian!


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