Paris is not all Haussmanian buildings or same type of bourgeois type of balconies. Colors are also allowed in the city!
Take this rue Crémieux, one of the colorful streets inside Paris, in the 12th arrondissement. It was named Avenue Millaud in 1865, but renamed in 1897 to honor Gaston Crémieux, the labor cause defender in Paris back then.
With its rather short buildings and the pebbled stoned and not a so long street, I think it’s one of the busiest streets for some fashion bloggers, fashionistas, and some other bloggers (including me:p).