KOKEDAMA, THE LATEST URBAN JUNGLE TREND

Friday, 20 January 2017

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Have you heard about kokedama ? Last summer, the emerging popularity of kokedama around Copenhagen intrigued me. I have seen them in restaurants, the place we stayed,  trendy design stores like Stilleben and even the in the shop of the notorious Louisiana museum.   We came back with two ! :) 
They are gorgeous visually stunning little plants are really trending need very minimal care to be healthy, kokedama are great because they hang and therefore take up less space than the usual houseplant.

FRENCH STYLE WITH FRENCH ROULOTTE STUDIO

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

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French designers Alexandra and Nicolas Villa have founded their own decoration and interior architecture studio, as well as a brand in their image: ROYAL ROULOTTE. Their style: dusting off the codes of the bourgeois house in a bohemian spirit, recycling... The success of such a project is due to  mixing styles, old and new, and materials as we love it.  Discover their work. 

NORTH VANCOUVER MINIMALIST HOME

Friday, 30 December 2016

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This is the end of the year. Let’s go back to the essentials. 
Sharing a keen passion for the use of traditional materials and the preservation of this North Vancouver house, the creative partnership of Scott & Scott Architects has resulted in a beautifully minimalist aesthetic that exudes both character and solidity at the same time.

HOLIDAY WREATH PARTY

Thursday, 22 December 2016

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Hosting a wreath making party leading up to the holidays is such a great idea !  Gathering a group of friends to craft something pretty to decorate their homes, combined with good chatting and a few bubbles bring you straight into the Christmas spirit ! isn’t it ?

THE ELEGANT RIAD TARABEL IN MARRAKECH

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

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Situated in the heart of the old medina, Tarabel is the grand project of Parisian couple, Leonard and Rose-Marie Degoy. Together with the interior designer Romain Michel Menière the couple brought an unmistakably French twist to the traditional Arab-Andalusian architecture.

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