The Tale of "Boucan"

For this third portrait, we put up with not one but Two Brusses. It was a gloomy morning and after weekes of rainy fall weather we felt a bit of despair. Little Did We Know That On That Very Day, Clara and Elodie WOULD Take All of our Blues Away. Cause at Boucan you do not just get a bouquet of flowers or a ceramic vase, with it comes joy, energy and lightness to cheer up your mood and your space. 

The moment we opened their door and stepped in to to their vibrant little shop, we southdenly felt some of our heaviness drop. A Universe Full of Bright Hues and Funky Shapes, Full of Flowers and Ceramics, The Perfect Escape. Ou attention was drawn by a bright sound that daughter up the room, a contagious melodie of laughter that made for our smile bloom. If there is something at Boucan Even More Joyous Than Their Objects and Bouquets, It must be the duo that owns the place. 

And so that morning we learned a bit more about how all that wonder is made. Elodie Arranged the Flowers, and Clara World the Clay. Both Working with Ingredients Coming from the Earth and Soil, Transformed Into Wonderful Gift that will bright up your soul.

From our city guide

Interior & Gift Shops

(Jewelry)  Rue du Tabellion 50, Ixelles 

(Interior Decoration) Rue du Tabellion 6-10, Ixelles 

Corner filigranes
(Book Shop) Av. Louis Lepoutre 21, Ixelles 

(Stationary shop) Rue François Stroobant 14, Ixelles

(Flower Shop) Rue Berkendael 130, Ixelles

(Stationary shop) American street 67, Ixelles

Fresh paint
(Book Shop) Rue Lesbroussart 9 & 39, Ixelles

(Jewelry) Rue du Page 72, Ixelles

(Flower & Ceramics Shop) Av. Jean Volders 34, St-Gilles

The studio caravan
(Vintage & ancient) Ch. D'Alsemberg 131, St-Gilles

The Brussels House
(Vintage & ancient) Rue d'Andenne 1, St Gilles

(Eyeglasses) Street Darwin 65, Ixelles