Bohemian opium den. Vibrant reds & golds with dramatic curtains.

Must designate a room in my house for my bohemian opium den. Imagine coming home to this after a long day of work!

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Paris had a genuine incidence of addiction to opium, predominantly through the return of soldiers from French Indochina. Opium smoking began to pervade French society. Newspaper reports from 1901  estimated that the city had in excess of 1,200 opium dens; probably an exaggeration, but it’s certain that opium permeated society. The legendary Moulin Rouge was rumoured to be a hub of opium activity, and it was suggested that the elephant’s head section was an opulent, exclusive smoking den.

Drug Dens: 10 Urban Underworlds of the Opium Age

Paris had a genuine incidence of addiction to opium, predominantly through the return of soldiers from French Indochina. Opium smoking began to pervade French society. Newspaper reports from 1901 estimated that the city had in excess of 1,200 opium dens; probably an exaggeration, but it’s certain that opium permeated society. The legendary Moulin Rouge was rumoured to be a hub of opium activity, and it was suggested that the elephant’s head section was an opulent, exclusive smoking den.

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"Bohemian Way" by Photographer Emma Summerton Vogue Italia , February 2010 Stylist : Edward Enninful; Set Designer : Simon Costin Make.

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Opium den from Fantasio (1915) by Georges Barbier

A highly romanticized illustration of a woman smoking opium, by George Barbier. From the French magazine "Fantasio,", From the article "How Collecting Opium Antiques Turned Me Into an Opium Addict".

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