The blue color keeps coming back to our interiors. But this year, it will be particularly present with two exhibitions on this theme and a wave of decorative objects to accompany them. The decor has not finished seeing life in blue! Blue, a color symbol of wealth Blue is one of the three primary colors.
If like us, you like to receive your friends to share a good meal, you will love these decorating tips to copy urgently. And yes, to impress your guests, we have released the big game! Flowery ice cubes, painted macaroons, pineapple diverted in a vase, folding napkins… We have put together a list of decorative ideas to impress your guests!
For contemporary decor, design is obvious. Modern lines, sober materials, your house is elegant and refined, the space easy to live with. In a contemporary interior, the choice of furniture is essential. It is he who will give the tone and a meaning to the decor. The central point of the living room being the sofa, choose it according to your room.
Buying a Hello Kitty or Batman room, is it a good idea? The enlightened advice of Dr Stéphane Clerget, child psychiatrist. "You who adore Batman, would you not want a Batman bed and desk?" And the child to acquiesce ... The demand for themed "rooms", branded products, actually comes from parents!
Material Rigid rods 6 mm in diameter: - 1 green, 1 blue and 1 yellow or 1 yellow, 1 orange and 1 pink 1 hacksaw Black pearl wire 1 pair of scissors 1 glass jar 20 'cutout Cut rods With the hacksaw, cut the rods into 12 cm long rods. 40 'Assembly Cut two lengths of wire corresponding to three times the perimeter of your glass pot.
Trust the baby to support him in what is best for him: this is the principle of an educational approach that is increasingly emulated. Inspired by the work of Hungarian pediatrician Emmi Pikler, this vision of the baby encourages the parent to observe and react, rather than stimulate and impose.
Shower, children's baths, styling, makeup, shaving, care of all kinds ... Every day, we spend a considerable amount of time in our bathrooms. So when the room is small and it has not been thought out properly, our moments of relaxation can quickly become stressful. Fortunately, there are solutions to save space and find storage spaces, both practical and design.
Collecting rainwater is both very simple for you and aesthetic for your garden! Far from the image of the old container, there are very decorative models on the market. Installed under a gutter inlet, they will save you tap water for watering your garden.
A litter that does not make task in your interior? A cat tree that gives style to your living room? Having a cat without sacrificing its decor is possible! And we prove it to you with these 10 decorative ideas for cats! From the bohemian tipi to the designer cube, passing by a homemade scraper and a cardboard Mayan temple… You will inevitably fall for these creations dedicated to our furballs.
1. Organize the boxes © Pixabay It may seem logical but the preparation of the boxes will play an essential role in moving your future home. After sorting through your belongings, you can organize your boxes according to the usefulness of the objects that compose them. You can, for example, distribute your boxes by type of object: a box for dishes, a box for books, a box for shoes ... But above all, do not forget to include the room in which the cardboard must be removed.
Because of the use we make of it, the bathroom is by far the wettest room in our home. Add to that often insufficient ventilation and you will get the ideal conditions for the development of small black spots and mold which will quickly invade the tile and tap joints in your bathroom.
I discovered the Art Generation gallery by chance while walking in the Marais district of Paris. In the entrance, was stored a hundred paintings of all formats. On the wall, graffiti canvases. With my eyes drawn to a manga-inspired fresco, I entered this funny shed full of drawings, photos and canvases smelling of acrylic.
Despite its often smaller surface area than other rooms in our house, the bathroom is full of issues that deserve our full attention: which wall paint to use? Is special wet room paint required or will it be multi-support?
To revamp your bathroom, you have decided to replace your wall covering with tiles, or to cover your old tiles with a new one. Great idea: robust and resistant, it is one of the most suitable materials for dressing the walls of wet rooms. But for the pose… You fear to pull your hair out.
Weird ... Did you say weird? A vestige of the Renaissance period, the cabinet of curiosities is back in force in our interiors. After an ardent enthusiasm for Scandinavian minimalism, an unexpected wind is now blowing on the decorative planet and seems to carry with it new codes. Now is the time for accumulation, for a definitely more personal trend.
Connected objects are on the rise! Already last year, we saw sales ignite in France. Today, almost one in six households is now equipped with these latest generation gems. Very popular, the connected home sector is the winner on the podium, closely followed by what are called “wearables”, portable objects: smartphones, connected watches… So many high-tech equipment that facilitate everyday life - especially that of an active dad of the 21st century.
Father's Day is fast approaching and you have not seen the time pass. Quickly, quickly, you will have to start looking for the ideal gift! Only problem: the prospect of spending a day with children in crowded stores is not really your cup of tea. Do not panic ! Don't we say that there is no more beautiful gift than the one made with the heart?
Harmonizing the tones and colors of interior decoration is far from easy. The book "Color in decoration" is presented as a tool which gives multiple ideas on the different ways of playing with colors. Designed by a decorator, it covers a very wide variety of interior styles with the corresponding color charts and offers nearly 750 different shades and colors.
Established in Canada two years earlier, the Scotsman Alexander Graham Bell, made aware of the deafness problems of his mother and his wife, founded in 1872 a school for the hearing impaired. He also undertook work on the transmission of sounds. But Bell is not alone in conducting this research.
A pretty central island, practical and rustic © Shutterstock To cook, savor good meals and have fun with family, what could be more convivial than a central island in a kitchen? Like a ritual, the central island becomes a family gathering where everyone meets around to get their hands dirty.
Finding the perfect dining table is not always easy! While a round table promotes conviviality, it is not necessarily ideal for large families. The latter will rather prefer large rectangular tables with extensions. As for couples, the square table seems to be the most suitable for saving space while enjoying a cozy dining area.