Stay in Paris: Hotel du Petit Moulin



Behind the facade of a boulangerie in Le Marais, lies Hotel du Petit Moulin. Originally Paris’ first ever bakery, where Victor Hugo would come buy his baguette, the hotel is an ideal location for a luxury yet quirky stay in the authentic “Old Paris.”





Designed by the renowned French designer Christian Lacroix, the hotel’s interiors are colorful and vibrant with impeccable attention to details, evident from the selection of wallpapers and carpets..







Each of the 16 rooms tells a different story, in which LaCroix wanted the travelers to complete on their own.












For a quirky and quaint experience in the central location of Le Marais close to all trendy shopping boutiques and cafes, head on over to Hotel du Petit Moulin..






Hotel du Petit Moulin (@hotel_du_petit_moulin)
29 Rue de Poitou, 75003 Paris







Kinfolk Copenhagen




“Much like human wellbeing, the essence of our work is found in balance – between richness and restraint, between order and complexity,” 

Norm Architects







“Our vision is to look beyond sight. We want to create spaces that feel good in every way.”






“Every single tone, nuance and material in the space has been carefully selected to create a harmonious, precise and natural feel with haptic qualities that we felt were well suited for the Kinfolk credo of slow living”