paris spotlight: three-seven

Impossibly cool duo Caroline Petit and Jonas Mason have traversed 9000 miles of American soil and returned to Paris to exhibit their finds – 800 pieces of furniture and curiosities – in true pop-up gallery fashion. What a refreshing reversal of style importation…how often we Yanks flock to Paris in search of French accents.   Three-Seven displays their recycled American treasures alongside discrete guest artists, winemakers and designers. If in Paris, hurry over to 40-42 rue du Vertbois to catch this dynamic expo before they close the doors on June 30th.  Kudos to ma cherie Katie Crofton for passing along the 4-1-1.

photo credit: Paris City Mag

photo credit: Antoine Blanchet

photo credit: Three-Seven Us

photo credit: Blog Yvonne Yvonne

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7 thoughts on “paris spotlight: three-seven

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  2. FANTASTIC! thank you for an inspiring blog!

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  4. love the hat on the second picture! 🙂

  5. Katie on said:

    What a great idea from Three Seven!!

    Wish I could make it to Paris for the display!

  6. Pingback: last day in paris: heimstone « JJ Scholl

  7. Katie on said:

    Love that Heimstone!! What a gorgeous line, look forward to hearing more about this!!

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