This room reminds me of the dining scene in Marie Antoinette movie of 2006-Laduree did the pastries for it
The blue room is so nice too with the portraits
Who doesn't love this view?
Front room in middle
Overhead view of main salon
Love the harp and the bird cage the details make the rooms look real
The details within the rooms are wonderful views of Paris monuments and streets
Laduree does some fabulous things besides pastry and macaron! I missed out on the snow globe ( I think only Japan got the snow globe) and the carriage of 2 years ago. But I saw this pop up on their web site and ordered it with my pink hat box full of other items that I find I can't live without. Marie Antoinette tea and bubble bath powder to name a few.
The book is by Serge Gleizes and showcases French decorative arts over the centuries . It is all in French, bien sur, and I will have to work at it to read it all.The pop up part of the book is just pure fun that anyone can enjoy. I've always been interested in pop up books. Many of my favorite childhood books were of pop ups.
I will probably show you some more of it as I read through it. What a fun past time for me. I knew the book would probably be gone by the time I get to Paris this year so I ordered it from Laduree in the UK and they ship.
Joining in on Show and Tell Friday and Pink Saturday:
Have a Pink day!