In Paris, an interior decorating shop arranges artistic workshops for children
Mandorla Palace in Paris livens up its shop with workshops during which children can make their own decorations.
Located in the Marais in the heart of Paris, Mandolra Palace is an interior decorating store focusing on the world of children. Its founder, Sandrine Trèves, is a former audiovisual researcher, who is passionate about all types of creations for children.
The shop opened in 2009. Its unique selling point: not settling for simply selling products, but also doing everything possible to develop children’s creativity and artistic sense.
To achieve this, Mandorla Palace organises monthly artistic workshops aimed at kids in its shop. The children can learn how to make Christmas decorations, origami, puzzles, and many other original objects.
Photos of the workshops and the children’s creations are published on the shop’s blog.
This innovation builds on the DIY trend. It allows a small shop (35m2), to be a reference point in the world of children’s decoration, to be more lively, and to maintain a privileged relationship with customers, parents and children.
The success of the enterprise has been clear with the amount of coverage of the store in the press.
34 Rue François Miron