I had been wanting to make a visit to explore Paris on Ponce for some time. So while in the area I made sure to stop by...and it was a pleasant visit.
IMAGINE THIS: antique shop - meets - event venue - meets - furniture store.
First, make sure you bring patience and time with you when you visit POP. There are lots of good finds in that place. It's definitely worth taking the time to explore all of the nooks and crannies. There are two general parts to Paris on Ponce. When you walk in there is a large room of a variety of things. From furniture to postcards. I say stop here first.
Paris on Ponce also features Pop Marche which is a room of various "boutiques".
There are over 30 of them and they are set up booth-style so you can explore each one individually. This was one of my favorite parts of POP. Easy to peruse a style you like.
Le Maison Rouge is an event space inside Paris on Ponce that is set with lots of draped red velvet and dressed mannequins. Not your average place for a party, but a killer one for sure.
(such a cool piece // ottoman // been dreaming about it ever since)
Loved the walls leading to the front door
is the man behind the art.
His stuff never fails to impress.
A huge fan of Paris on Ponce.
A tad bit pricey in some regards, but most things well worth the buck.
Can't wait to fill my new apartment with some of their things.
You've got to check it out.