Objet Celeste, Celestial Inspiration on the Canal St. Martin

Just the other day, I stumbled upon a special boutique on Rue Bichat. Objet Celeste is truly a celestial inspiration, just like the name hints. The owners Hélène and Emilie have made this store a definite shopping stop “sur le Canal Saint Martin”.

You can find unique accessories and decorative pieces that are all perfectly placed around the store, making you feel like you are in the middle of some sort of design constellation. There are decorative pillows made with their very own initial stamp particular of vintage sheets. The distinctive jewelry, headpieces and decorative flowers, exquisite paper lamps and even some stylish clutches for a night stroll down the Canal are all part of the fun to be found.

Crochet decorative bowls and fabric flowers

Crochet decorative bowls and fabric flowers

Vintage pillows, handbags & Paper Lamps

Vintage pillows, handbags & Paper Lamps



My favorite pieces were the intricate items made of crochet by Maillo Designs. They are colorful, bohemian and chic! The boutique includes decorative bowls, great for jewelry, keys, lamps, balloons and other decorative items for all rooms! They are perfect for a summer house or to put some color in any home! 




About edalourdes

New York-Paris-San Juan based fashion designer, Eda Lourdes was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She was drawn to the creative world at a very young age thru her involvement with dancing, modeling, television, and theater. Eda’s vision is to design accessories for women who are “everywhere and always” active, professional, visionary, chic, and in-style for every occasion. Her inspiration comes from the strong women in her life starting with her Mother. Her second muse is her love affair with the lifestyle, culture, and fashion of her favorite cities: San Juan, New York, and Paris. As a collaborator for Rue de Rogues fashion & lifestyle blog she now wishes to share with accessory enthusiasts like herself other feminine, sophisticated and modern accessory styles for today’s woman. Eda decided to expand her design knowledge by taking courses at Parsons The New School for Art & Design. Eda has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Puerto Rico and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. She works as Vice President of a premier financial institution and has been living in New York City since 2011.

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