A shop like this makes you realise that fairytales are inspired by reality. This gorgeous, vintage ‘La Mere de Famille’ sweet shop is Paris institution, was founded in 1761 and is known as the oldest confectioner in Paris.
Each and every corner is packed with treats and it offers over 1,200 references of sweets: chocolates, marshmallows, toffees, candied fruits, almond pastes, boiled sweets and fruit jellies, the list goes on!
The walls are lined with wood and glass cabinets and various colorful treats are housed in glass jars. It also has the most wonderful original tiled floor.
Could you ever imagine being unhappy if this was your day job???
Author: Rohini Wahi
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