Japandi, a beautiful contraction of Japon and Scandinavia to illustrate this minimal trend. It oscillates between Scandinavian comfort and Japanese aesthetics. Your interior has never been so minimalist.
The Pantone colours for 2021 are finally unveiled! This year Pantone designates not one, but two colors: Ultimate Gray and Illuminating, a combination of a familiar gray and the bright yellow of the lemon skin. A marriage of two colors that, together, convey a message of strength and hope that is both lasting and edifying.
The New Year’s greetings done, we wake up from this bubble of festivities. The fateful moment of the assessment of the past year has now come and we are faced with the resolutions left behind in the rollercoaster that was 2020. What if we embarked on a different ride this year? Why don't we just let go of all the drastic programs?
By these gift ideas suggested or to suggest, your tea times will no longer have the same flavor... From a perfume in the rose - Morning with dried flowers, romanticism is not dead, on the contrary. With an open heart, we are about to fly off to pastel horizons, to savour the end of the year, like a piece of sugar melting under the tongue.
Adept of sober and elegant pieces, the minimalism of the Scandinavian-looking pieces, are both contemporary and timeless. In love with the beautiful materials, the purity of the lines, they rely on classic values, coupled with the little note of extravagance that hits the spot.
Winter and its decrease in brightness having been well and settled, here are our golden rules to choose your luminaires! Woven or in natural materials, without forgetting frosted glass and gleaming metals, these flagship models give your interiors the opportunity to regain the clear and warm atmosphere essential to the season!
Because they are artisanal, made in France, organic, durable, cruelty-free and/or because they promote a more natural way of life in general, these products bring together so many small gestures to build a better world, while pleasing one of your loved ones. What more could you ask for?
Prenant à contre-pied un quotidien marqué d’ornements, d'enjolivements, on en revient à la terre. S’aventurant dans un retour aux sources, vers une matière plus brute, maniée dans un esprit tantôt graphique, tantôt muséal, on introduit une atmosphère d’atelier d’artiste chez soi…