If you're in the Marais between now and Sunday, stop in the Espace Blancs Manteaux, where we visited last time for the annual recycled art salon La Métamorphose des Matériaux. This time it's highlighting emerging creators with a heavy emphasis on fashion and jewelry. But there were a few fun surprises for the home as well -- like these cheeky candles from Wakey. A few more discoveries below the jump.
The show also included sculptural lights made from springy plastic hosing by Paris-based designer Mauricette Cornand (firstname.lastname@example.org for info) that included gauzy soft-lit standing and table lamps and coiled sconces that made swirling shadows on the wall.
And cement tables and lamp bases from Mathilde Pénicaud, who is based in the South of France...
- Kristin Hohenadel blogging from rue Vieille du Temple, Paris, France. She can be reached at kristinh @ apartmenttherapy . com