Sundays shopping: About Us — Sunday Shop

Shop — Sunday Shop

Coop Sofa

from $5,700.00

Doris Coffee Table

from $5,000.00

The Labyrinth


Draped Vessel


Venus Vessel


Heir Vessel


Field Ottoman


Beaumont Sofa in Cognac Leather


Vintage French Impressionist Portrait, Woman with Green Scarf


Vintage French Impressionist Portrait, Woman with Red Jacket


Vintage French Male Impressionist Oil Portrait


Vintage French Female Impressionist Oil Portrait


Georgiana Bed

from $6,450.00

Mori Side Table


Mexican Clay Pot Lamp with Hand Painted Motif


Dromedary Sofa

from $4,695. 00

Medellin Pillow in Ivory


Rhea Coffee Table

from $6,800.00

Brush Stroke Vase – Gloss


Elephant Ears No. 1

from $300.00

Juliet Chair

from $3,960.00

Ibiza Pendant Shade


Cali Floor Mats and Runner

from $58.00

Cocodrie No. 1

from $300.00

Montauk Chair

from $4,020.00

Large Fish


Athena Side Table


Untied Shoelaces, By Mary Scinto


Notch Side Table


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Ralph Lauren Indigo Plaid Pillow


Esther Chair


Flax Linen Pillow, Set of 2

from $190.00

Turkish Towel, White Ribbed

from $28. 00

Woven Pouf


Cliff Suspension

from $1,745.00

Apheleia Side Table


Oval Trestle Dining Table


Bowl with Feet and Earrings


Classic Wool Plaid Pillow, Salmon

from $225.00

Hale Mercantile Luxury Linen Bedding

Essential Dinnerware

from $40.00

Betty Sofa


Ceril Desk


Tini Side Table, Black


Antique French Still Life of Pinecones and Copper Kettle


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Bia Coffee Table


Floral on Vivid Blue Lumbar Pillow


Motif Print, By Anna Koeferl


Piper Chair

from $2,955. 00

Folds, No. 2, by Augusta Sagnelli

from $350.00

Themis Nine Drawer Dresser


Organic Dinnerware

from $64.00

Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Small Vintage Turkish Rug


Michelangelo, The Complete Works


French Vintage Framed Charcoal Bust Sketch


Apheleia Side Table with Drawer

from $4,200.00

Teddy Sofa

from $4,860. 00

Eye to Eye: Portraits of Lesbians


Three Banana Leaves Print, By Anna Koeferl

from $800.00

Tulip Chair in Hammam


Folds, No. 1, by Augusta Sagnelli

from $350.00

Sloped, by Augusta Sagnelli

from $350.00

French Vintage Framed Charcoal Bust Sketch


Shouldered, by Augusta Sagnelli

from $490.00

Broken Fingers, No. 1, by Augusta Sagnelli

from $490.00

Broken Fingers, No. 2, by Augusta Sagnelli

from $490.00

Navel, by Augusta Sagnelli

from $670.00

Scraped, by Augusta Sagnelli

from $670.00

Til Kingdom Come, By Mary Scinto


Excalibur, By Mary Scinto


Changing of the Guard, By Mary Scinto


Grandma’s Fruit Bowl, By Mary Scinto

$900. 00

Wonderland: Adventures in Decorating


Dark Rose Sheepskin Pelt – Various Sizes

from $130.00

Stamps & Stamps


Nappa Sheepskin Pelt – Various Sizes

from $130.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Flax

from $78.00

Disc Interiors: Portraits of Home


Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Petal

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Mustard

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Olive

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Blush

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Light Grey

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Pine

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Peacock

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Sky

from $78. 00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Sage

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – White

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Terracotta

from $78.00

Moss Single Sheepskin Pelt


Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Ivory

from $78.00

Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Bedding – Bronze

from $78.00

Flocca Duvet Cover

Hale Mercantile Luxury Linen Sheets

Flocca Linen Blanket

Flocca Bedspread

Flocca Pillowcase Pair

Basix Stripe Pillowcase Pair

Basix Stripe Euro Pillow

Flocca Square Linen Cushion

Vintage Malian Indigo Textiles, Striped and Resist-Dyed


Vintage Malian Indigo Textiles with Fringe


Hawkins NY Belgian Linen Sheets

from $98. 00

Franco Albini Frattelino Trolley


Blues Bar Stool


Blues Counter Stool


April Bed, Slipcovered

from $5,600.00

Mansard Bed


April Bed

from $7,450.00

Kiral Platform Bed

from $2,400.00

Kiral Bed

from $2,700.00

Opening Bed

from $1,780.00

Portuguese Desk, Hand Rubbed Black


Portuguese Desk, Solid White


Colonial Hutch, Hand Rubbed Black


Field Bench 108″

from $4,395.00

Field Bench 72″

from $4,395.00

Field Bench with Back 72″

from $5,415.00

Luis Bench


Mora Bookcase

from $2,800.00

Clio Dresser – Sunday (work)Shop x Doorman Designs

$3,900. 00

Euclid Coffee Table

from $3,500.00

Bog Chair

from $3,345.00

Fritillaria Chair

from $1,230.00

Tulip Chair

from $4,200.00

Fogel Lounge Chair


Baronet Chair

from $3,645.00

Mantis Chair

from $3,600.00

Tete-A-Tete Chair

from $7,395.00

Romi Mini Chair


Rossini Arm Chair


Piano Side Chair


Piano Arm Chair


Classic Dining Chair


Rossini Side Chair


Sofie Side Chair, Black


Sofie Side Chair, Green


Nanny Rocking Chair


Madame Chair

from $1,650.00

Arne Jacobsen Charlottenborg Chair

from $2,680. 00

Monet Chair


Arne Jacobsen Paris Chair


Teddy Chair and Stool

from $563.00

Margret Arm Chair


Hanging Egg Chair


Laredo 36″ Bistro Table


Architect Side Table


Cosmopolitan Side Table


Omon Side Table


Dontatello Side Table


Carlo Bar Cart


Arne Jacobsen Charlottenborg Table


Originals Cafe Table


Michel Teak Round Table

from $1,200.00

Antonie Side Table


Theresia Side Table


Tini Side Table, Brass


Vasco Side Table

$1,395. 00

Vert Coffee Table


Vert Side Table


Cordova Sofa, Slipcovered

from $6,750.00

Cove Sofa

from $4,965.00

Henderson Sofa

from $6,990.00

Radley Sofa

from $4,965.00

Bachelor Sofa

from $8,640.00

Beaumont Sofa

from $6,450.00

Dexter Sectional Sofa

from $10,875.00

Donato 2 Pc Sectional Sofa

from $14,085.00

Donato Sofa

from $5,940.00

Meadow Sofa

from $5,325.00

Radley Two-Piece Sectional Sofa

from $9,840.00

Henderson Sofa in Oxford Linen Stripe


Vista 2 Pc Sectional Sofa

from $11,275.00

Teddy Sofa 108″ in Woven Charcoal Windowpane


James Outdoor Trolley

$1,575. 00

Sixty 3-Seat Outdoor Sofa

from $3,713.00

Sixty Outdoor Lounge Chair

from $1,646.00

Dawn Foot Stool, Outdoor


Dawn Patio Chair, Outdoor

from $1,170.00

Marie Arm Chair, Outdoor


Dawn Sofa, Outdoor


Caroline Side Table, Outdoor


Olivia Chaise Lounge, Outdoor


Josephine Sunbed, Outdoor


Belladonna Sofa, Outdoor


Isabell Bar Stool, Outdoor


Sofie Counter Stool, Outdoor


Sofie Bar Stool, Outdoor


Monique Side Chair, Outdoor


Valerie Arm Chair


Sunday shopping in Paris – Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau

Covering a total surface area of 575 hectares, Paris’s 12 International Tourist Zones offer plenty of opportunities to indulge in a little retail therapy, even on a Sunday! More than 3,000 retail outlets are open for business in different parts of the city.

Champs-Élysées and avenue Montaigne

Every day of the week tourists from all over the world, shopping enthusiasts and fashion devotees stroll up and down the world’s most famous avenue, where haute couture and luxury names such as Louis Vuitton and Guerlain rub shoulders with popular and affordable brands. The parisian luxury convenience store, Publicisdrugtore open since 1958, is open 7 days a week until 2am. A stone’s throw away, avenue Montaigne is indisputably the place for fashion designers, and this is where you’ll find top name boutiques such as Givenchy, Jimmy Choo and Yves Saint-Laurent.

Boulevard Haussmann

The Galeries Lafayette (72,000 sqm.) and Printemps (52,000 sqm.) are without question the high points of any shopping expedition in Paris! Over a million product references and hundreds of brands are on sale in these stores, sometimes exclusively. Not far from these two legendary Parisian department stores is the passage du Havre, leading to the Gare Saint-Lazare, which extends this incredible shopping experience even further. You can also find all around this area shops open on sundays.   

Le Marais

This historic area is especially well known for its high concentration of trendy shops. You can find almost anything you need in the emblematic general department store, the Bazar de L’Hôtel de Ville (BHV MARAIS). Why not try a Sunday brunch in one of its 3rd-floor restaurants? The surrounding streets in the Marais district teem with a variety of independent boutiques such as Infinity by Sammy Voigt or Bring France Home, where you can buy “100% made in France” souvenirs to take home.  

Les Halles

Beneath its giant leaf-shaped canopy made of 18,000 “scales” of glass, the Forum des Halles, in the very heart of Paris, has revolutionised the Sunday shopping experience. This European shopping mall comprises more than 150 shops catering to all budgets, as well as restaurants and the largest cinema in France. Not far from this shopping center, the Samaritaine Paris Pont-Neuf has reopend its doors after 16 years of work. You will be seduced by its mythical architecture and by the stores.


The legendary Montmartre hill also has plenty to offer Sunday shoppers. From vintage clothes shops to trendy boutiques, this most famous of Paris’s districts is an absolute treasure-trove. It’s ideal for a Sunday shopping outing with family or friends.

Cour Saint-Emilion

Formerly a wine market, Bercy Village is one of the most original shopping areas in the city. The remains of the stone storehouses, originally used for wine, have been renovated and converted into more than forty boutiques. Visitors are spoiled for choice: homeware, fashion, nature discovery, gastronomy and leisure activities.


Overlooking the Seine, the futuristic glass-fronted Beaugrenelle Paris shopping centre was designed by the architects Valode & Pistre. Inspired by the Parisian department stores, and accessible by Batobus, this must-see Paris shopping venue houses 120 fashion outlets as well as restaurants and recreational facilities.

Louvre Rivoli, Vendôme

Located beneath the Louvre museum, the Carrousel du Louvre is an unusual and delightful shopping centre comprising about thirty souvenir shops and luxury boutiques specialising in leisure activities and interior decoration. Literally an extension of the Louvre museum, this shopping centre in the heart of Paris is one of the capital’s most highly rated, and also houses a branch of the Printemps department store. A stone’s throw away, the avenue de l’Opéra, leading to the Haussmann district, also has a few shops which are open on a Sunday, including Paris Louvre KAMS Duty Free SPHE, which has a wide range of tax-free items. In the streets around the rue du Marché Saint-Honoré and the Place Vendôme, Sunday shoppers will find some of the major names in the luxury segment, including Guerlain, Chanel and Chloé.

Montparnasse and the rue de Rennes

The rue de Rennes has something for all tastes and for all budgets! Clothes shops, beauty shops, jewellers and more can be found in this shopping district which stretches into the Latin Quarter. At the foot of the Montparnasse Tower, the marché de la création Paris Montparnasse is an immense open-air art gallery. Art-lovers can discover paintings, engravings, sculptures, ceramics, marquetry, stained-glass, silk-screen printing and other forms of artistic creation.

The Latin Quarter

Famous the world over, the Latin Quarter and its narrow streets offer an opportunity to combine a historical visit with a shopping expedition. Looking for a typical but trendy souvenir of Paris? Try Par’ici, the number one outlet for souvenirs of the capital. Let yourself be tempted by a sweet treat at the natural, at the Boulanger de la Tour. After a stopover in the Latin Quarter, why not continue your shopping trip on the nearby Île Saint-Louis.


In the south-east of Paris, the Olympiades district is an absolute gold mine! Whether you are looking for phones and phone accessories, clothes, jewellery or food, you’ll find plenty of choice in the shops along the avenue d’Ivry and the avenue de Choisy.

Porte Maillot

The Palais des Congrès, in the north-west of Paris, has a shopping area open to visitors on Sundays. Fashion, arts and culture, food and beauty; there is something for everyone.

Le Grand Paris

Sunday can also be an opportunity to wander around Paris’s well-known flea markets. If you’re interested in antiques and second-hand goods, explore the Saint-Ouen flea market, the Serpette and Dauphine markets, or the Porte de Vanves flea market.
And to find some real bargains and take advantage of heavily reduced prices, visit the outlet stores:

And, to snap up great deals and get big discounts, head for outlet stores:
Located near Versailles, in the Grand Plaisir shopping area, One Nation Paris is the biggest outlet shopping centre devoted to fashion and luxury goods in the whole of France. Open from 10am to 8pm seven days a week, it can be reached by shuttle bus from the centre of Paris.
For good deals to the east of Paris, the place to go is La Vallée Village Chic Outlet Shopping, in Marne-la-Vallée. There is a laid-back atmosphere at this open-air shopping centre near Disneyland Paris, where past collections from the best-known brands (Jimmy Choo, Sonia Rykiel, Longchamp, Kenzo, etc.) are sold at steeply discounted prices. A truly unique shopping experience! Good to know: a shuttle service makes it easy to get to La Vallée Village from Paris.

Sunday shopping in Paris | A trip to Paris

For our latitudes, this is not quite familiar and understandable, but in Paris most shops are closed on Sunday . You need to be prepared for this when planning your Paris shopping trip. However, even on this day off you can go shopping. The main thing is to know where to go.

The Champs-Elysées has a lot of boutiques that are open seven days a week (Shopping | col&tasha | Flickr) shopping in Paris.


Carrousel du Louvre

Carrousel du Louvre is one of the most popular stores in Paris, appreciated and loved by both the Parisians themselves and the guests of the city.

Carrousel du Louvre is open 7 days a week and has a variety of shops, 14 restaurants and leisure areas. Photo exhibitions are also regularly held here. Another place in Paris where you can go not just for shopping, but for a real tour!

2. Champs Elysees

The Champs-Elysées is, in fact, one big attraction in Paris. And one big store! The fact is that most of the establishments located on Avenue des Champs Elysees work seven days a week. Here are just the prices here – as in any center of a large metropolis. So this kind of Sunday shopping in Paris is somewhat expensive.

3. La Defense Shopping Center (Les Quatre Temps)

La Defense Shopping Center is a kind of monster in the world of entertainment and trade, because the size of this shopping center is truly unimaginable. The store is so big that they did not even dare to build it in Paris itself, taking it out of the city. Don’t worry, you won’t have to travel far. And 230 shops, 30 restaurants and a huge cinema complex are worth it to go there. By the way, local cinemas always show English-language films.

La Defense opening hours Sunday: 11:00-19:00, shops open earlier on weekdays.

Getting there from Paris: Metro / RER line – La Defense station.

4. Marais

Le Marais is another great place to shop on Sunday. Here you will definitely find a sufficient number of shops that will hospitably open their doors to you even on weekends, when most of the establishments in Paris are closed.

By the way, there are some interesting shops right in the Center Pompidou. For example, with goods from the world of design and decor.

5. Bercy Village-Cours St Emilion

This is a new Parisian shopping center, a landmark of the 12th arrondissement, which can be reached through Bercy Park. The exact address is rue François Truffaut, 28, Cours St-Emilion metro station.

Not all shops here are open on Sundays, but there are some that do.

Another place for a wonderful Sunday walk in Paris, during which you can distract yourself with shopping and treat yourself to something pleasant: accessories, souvenirs, cosmetics, clothes, jewelry…

7. Supermarkets in Paris on Sunday

Most supermarkets in Paris are closed on Sunday. But cafes and magnificent bakeries of the Belleville quarter are open. Here you will also find shops dedicated to Chinese, Tunisian, Moorish cuisine, and they will also work.

In addition, there are flea markets in Paris on Sundays.

Sunday shopping ban – will not force people to spend time with family / Article

Saeimas autoparka dārgās izmaksas

Šovasar Riga asfaltēs maģistrālās ielas.

Jārēķinās ar krietniem sastrēgumiem

Svētdiena. Lielveikals sligts. Latvijā šī ideja pagaidām negūst sevišķu atbalstu




May 12, 2016, 15:16

Updated May 12, 2016, 15:29

Editorial ( , Latvijas Radio

Public initiatives portal started collecting signatures to close shopping centers on Sundays. The author of the initiative believes that in this way people will have the opportunity to spend more time with their families. Socioanthropologist Klavs Sedlenieks doubts that bans can force people to do something concrete, reports Latvijas radio in the program Krustpunktā.

So far, less than 2,000 people have signed the initiative on the portal. The author of the initiative, Ivar Mezhinieks, calls for “closing shopping centers on Sundays, as is the case in other countries of Western Europe.”

Sedlenieks stated that there is no reason to believe that people will definitely start spending time with their families. People might just as well be sitting at their computers on social networks.

If you forbid doing something, this does not mean that people will do something else. In addition, shopping in supermarkets is not necessarily a “lonely event,” the socioanthropologist pointed out.

He also pointed out with irony that a person cannot survive without shopping. Because a person will run for shopping on Wednesday and Thursday after work. And these days, too, will not be with the family.

Sedlenieks also pointed out that the initiative obviously comes from the conviction that a person himself is not able to understand how he should live better. And, they say, it is necessary to issue a special law on how to live properly.

Mudrite Grundule, spokeswoman for the Spice shopping center, said that the bans do not work and it is naive to believe that families will spend more together due to the closure of stores.

Maira Muceniece, trade union representative, in turn, positively assessed the fact that such a discussion had been started at all. This discussion should also include working days on holidays. She noted that workers are often willing to work on holidays when they are paid more, but on weekends they are paid as if they were weekdays.

How was convinced in the corresponding section of , the author of the initiative, someone Ivar Mezhinieks, argues his idea as follows:

“Latvians will have the opportunity to spend more time with their families, loved ones and friends! There will be an opportunity to go to nature, and not to push in a stuffy and noisy shopping center. The economy in the country will definitely not suffer from this, but local small businesses and bazaars will have new opportunities.”

In the “other countries of Western Europe” initiative cited by the author, the opposite trend has been gaining momentum in recent years, says a survey of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (structural subdivision of the EU). In particular, in France, which for a long time remained a country with very strict regulation of trade (and work in general) on weekends, city mayors were given the right to establish up to 12 Sundays a year when trading establishments can be open for business. Shops in designated “tourist areas” shops may be open all Sundays of the year. In the UK, last year the government began the process of lifting restrictions on stores over 280 sq. meters, which before that on Sundays were allowed to work no more than 6 hours (in Scotland there are no such restrictions at all, in Northern Ireland, on the contrary, a limit of 5 hours is set). In Greece, the authorities announced their intention to allow shops to operate in 10 regions, including the historical center of Athens and Thessaloniki. On the other hand, back in December 2014, Hungary passed a law prohibiting the Sunday opening of stores with an area of ​​more than 200 meters.

In Norway, Sunday work is prohibited for shops larger than 100 meters. In early May, representatives of large supermarkets met with the Minister of Culture of Norway to discuss violations of this rule by large stores. It turned out that many people get around this law by blocking off part of the store, reports Norwegian The Local.

Noticed an error? Let us know about it!

Please select the appropriate fragment in the text and press Ctrl+Enter.

Please highlight the relevant passage in the text and click Report an error.

On this topic

Experts advise investing in gold and storing it in a safe place

The idea to reduce the terms for traders to settle accounts with suppliers has been postponed for the time being

Latvia will not ban the import of Ukrainian grain – Ministry of Agriculture

There will be a cleanup of the market from fresh local products – Merchants Association on changes in the law

Latvians began to actively buy gold — they invested in a ton in a year



Doctors are also discussing the possibility of protests


VIDEO: “Tonight” – news on Rus. LSM at 19:00


Large-scale construction projects in Riga significantly pollute the air


Fine – 500 euros. Should the traffic police inform drivers about the need for a vignette?


VIDEO: “News Today” – on Rus.LSM at 15:00. 04/25/2023


Daugavpils teachers actively participate in the strike and argue with the minister



Ukraine today. Photo chronicle 25.04.2023


The police are looking for Rusiņš, a suspect in the murder, and would be happy to receive information


Riga Central Station was closed for technical reasons


A picket was held in front of the Cabinet of Ministers in defense of women and the Istanbul Convention


Russian attack on Ukraine: UAF counter-offensive will begin in May – The New York Times


Income from the “mining” of cryptocurrency must be declared – SRS General Director


VIDEO: Program “TChK”. Money and taxes. Interview with the General Director of the SRS
Doctors are also discussing the possibility of protests 01:37 A picket was held in front of the Cabinet of Ministers in defense of women and the Istanbul Convention 01:57 VIDEO: “Tonight” – news on Rus.LSM at 19:00 23:25 VIDEO: “Details” on LR-4. 25.04.2023 48:18 Large-scale construction projects in Riga significantly pollute the air 03:47

More videos 0002 Ukraine today. Photo chronicle 25.04.2023

Outdoor beauty. Choose the best landscaping!

The police are looking for Rusiņš, a suspect in the murder, and will be glad to know

The Riga Central Station was closed for technical reasons of the Istanbul Convention

Russian attack on Ukraine: UAF counteroffensive will begin in May — The New York Times

Income from the “mining” of cryptocurrencies must be declared – SRS General Director


Russian attack on Ukraine: APU counteroffensive will begin in May – The New York Times

Ukraine today. Photo chronicle 25.04.2023

They promised money to increase teachers’ salaries

“Today”, a hundred years ago. Styopka-Rastrepka and the fight against strike propaganda

The fine is 500 euros. Should the traffic police inform drivers about the need for a vignette?

The police are looking for Rusiņš, a murder suspect, and would be happy to receive information

Experts advise investing in gold and storing it in a safe place

Natalia Mikhailova. The shortest residence permit

Daugavpils teachers actively participate in the strike and argue with the minister