Brocantes du Village Popincourt
Rue du Marché Popincourt
The flea market district, in the 11th arrondissement, covers an area of 500 m². It is a village within the city where you can unearth vintage or industrial furniture, old materials and many other fashionable items.
Hidden a stone’s throw away from la place de la République, Popincourt Village is an island of second hand dealers where time seems to have stood still. Furniture from the 19th century or stylish 20th century pieces, toys for children or interior decor items for adults, coloured plastic or tasteful, there is something for everyone! In this flea market district, you will find trendy studio-boutiques right next to Aladdin’s caves.
Bric-a-brac of every kind
Alasinglinglin, is a colourful take on a flea market, where you can get hold of anything, from sober Scandinavian furniture, to vintage furniture for children, and decorative objects from the 50, 60s, and 70s. At Belle Lurette, office and industrial furniture is displayed alongside cinema seats and early 20th century lamps are reflected in 19th century mirrors. In a more feminine style, Le Pudding presents a collection which is very personal but always inspired. Conversely, La Chose is more flamboyant, and decor-oriented. The studio-boutique Recycling restores objects or gives them a new function. Finally don’t forget to make a detour to Déviations before heading for La Maison where colourful objects from every era create a welcoming atmosphere.
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