France Stationery Haul 2015

Friday, December 18, 2015

This post combines two of my most favorite things: France, and Stationery. I recently returned from a trip to France, where I studied abroad last year, and while my primary purpose was doing research for my thesis, I also found some time to do some stationery shopping at some of my favorite places!

Plein Ciel + Livres de Brouillon

A few weeks ago, I wrote about my favorite creativity tool: My Noise Notebook. I love these notebooks, so I picked some up when I was in France! I even picked up a little baby one to carry with me when I don't take a tote bag.

BHV Marais + Filofax

I found these wonderful Filofax products at this AMAZING department store in Paris called the BHV Marais (it's right off the Hotel de Ville metro station). I love the blue personal slim Filofax, as it's not too bulky, and the A5 clipbook will be perfect for class notes!

This is a Filofax Flex, which I cannot for the life of me find here in the US, so I bought a beautiful purple one there. It's going to house my bullet journal for the coming year.

Also, things I did not need: Ladurée macaron washi tape. Things I could not live without: Ladurée macaron washi tape.


Would you believe that I had to travel to another country before going to a Muji? AND IT'S A WONDERLAND.


I tried so hard to just walk by. But I couldn't resist... this shop is in the Carousel du Louvre, underneath the Louvre museum. I am absolutely in love with this folder, it is such a great way to look at knowledge, creativity, and work.


This store was probably my favorite stationery store, and the truest "papeterie" that I visited when I was in France. I probably spent a solid half hour wandering around this store, and it is tiny! It's very close to the Notre Dame cathedral, and a nice walk from the BHV Marais. I got the notebooks, letter set, and mini cards for my Christmas gifts. There were so many colors to choose from, but I stuck with the gray and the purple, as they are my favorites.

What are your favorite paper stores?

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