Finding inspiration in the bathroom… it's even more true when the little corner is decorated with a superb Rubens, and not the least: "The education of Marie de Medici"! Painted between 1622 and 1625, the fresco adorns the Palais du Luxembourg in Paris. Little chance of seeing it unless you go to Point WC, 26, avenue des Champs Elysées. Reproduced on vinyl and sold for 389 euros on the site www.pointwc.com, the famous painting by the Dutch master showing three naked Graces, is part of a decorative set imagined by designer Clarisse Guelton. Sold for 2,890 euros, the pack includes vinyl (2.50 mx 2 m), a rectangular mirror, a designer wall lamp, a Gold soap dispenser, a conical brush, a wall tissue box, an amber-scented atmosphere mikado and 6 rolls of Renova Black paper. At Point WC, discover the whole range of decorative toilet paper as well as original brushes, bowls and flaps. Japanese WC, kids WC or baroque WC ... the toilets are showrooms where you can get ideas for interior design. The inventor of Point WC, Eric Salles, a former advertiser, is developing his small business. In May 2009, new artistic pipi-rooms will open in the capital, Printemps Haussmann and Carrousel du Louvre. FYI, it's 1.50 euros, the pee break!