The daylight hours are really short lately, making it nearly impossible to get any good photos for the blog from inside of my apartment. I have tons of little bits and bobs to share, but it seems like every time I start getting things set up it gets dark again. I've really been questioning what direction to take this little space in... I want to make it better. As I've been doing a lot of writing about Paris for one of my freelance projects lately, I thought it might be nice to share my favorite places in the city here as well.
When I first moved to France I started keeping correspondence with some old and new friends. My letter exchanges have slowed down since moving to Paris but I do like to keep in touch when I can with a select few. I really love paper products and sending things in the mail that people are happy to receive. Doing so has gotten a whole lot easier since a new paper shop, Atelier Nota, opened up across the street from my apartment.
A bright selection of Baker backpacks line the walls and vintage desks house a selection of loose paper and envelopes, Moleskine's, notebooks by Papier Tigre, and pens. Naturally, a selection of carefully chosen Japanese paper goods caught my eye- there are tiny paper notepads and animal shaped paper clips, mt tape, and pocket notebooks.
Atelier Nota is located at 12 Rue Ramey, 18eme
Tues-Sat 10-7:30 , Sun 12-7
Metro: Chateau Rouge, Anvers, Lamarck-Caulaincourt