Boucheron, known as the jeweler of light in the City of Lights and also the first jeweler of the Place Vendome, has opened its newly designed Maison at Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré.
Going back in time, The House of Boucheron was founded by Frederic Boucheron in 1858, with the opening of his first store in the Galerie de Valois. Moving on, the French jeweler has always made its presence felt via their flagship mansion and workshops at 26 Place Vendôme, Paris. The new store at rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré also boasts of interiors that have been inspired Vendôme flagship store.
Designed by Architectures & Associés, the décor will take the clients back to the brand’s architectural heritage. The white marble façade with arches also beckons Boucheron’s strong historic roots.
Visitors and passersby will be able to appreciate the building’s ivory and champagne-colored walls along with Serpent Bohème and Ava windows.
The cast iron staircase will lead the shoppers to an antechamber and a private salon which houses the most beautiful creations of the Maison.
The impressive store also accommodates a library which is stocked with many antique archived editions.