Flamboyant prints, stylish collabs, plant trends, passion for vintage, tableware labels… A short listing of all the decorative phenomena and inspirations that will brighten up your interiors in cold weather.
Treat yourself to the Monoprix x Wendy Morrison collab
We rush headlong to Monoprix to seize the ultra-desirable collection of the young Scottish designer very in vogue Wendy Morrison . His brilliant signature? Match the British universe with the Indian and Asian style she adores.
As many Christmas tree balls (€ 5), kimonos and pajamas (€ 39), lamps (€ 120), pop cushions (€ 30) and explosive plates (from € 8), scarves and umbrellas (€ 29). What to afford a chic and extravagant Christmas decoration that will make you renounce hygge minimalism for a universe between Wes Anderson and Alice in Wonderland .
Collection Monoprix x Wendy Morrison available online and at Monoprix
Think of yourself as an interior designer
The green and vegetal trend to adopt urgently this season? The “ vegetal rebalancing ”, by creating a healthy and inspiring atmosphere at home and by letting nature take back its rights inside to grant itself the benefits of a walk in the forest at home.
How to appropriate this abundant and monumental trend in our small Parisian interiors incubated by La Joie des Fleurs and Ma Plante Mon Bonheur ?
- We bet on the rustic and elegant blue thistles in a ceramic vase with natural tones.
- We offer ourselves a bouquet of white tuberose with sensual scents and amaryllis with their velvet effect petals.
- We repot herbaceous plants (rushes, azores, cyperus) in earthen pots, assuming abundance. The stylish touch to maximize the natural effect? Cover your pot with foam. Nothing's easier. The magic recipe: just cover it with yogurt with a brush.
More info and inspiration on La Joie des Fleurs and Ma Plante Mon Bonheur .
© Lajoiedesfleur.fr © Maplantemonbonheur.fr
Copy the signature plates of the restaurant Mimosa at Datcha
For Mimosa , the new Mediterranean restaurant by Jean-François Piège at the Hôtel de la Marine, decorator Dorothée Delaye has drawn her inspiration from the most creative French artisans. Among them, Datcha , the studio of super stylish handicrafts for the house of Amandine Furhmann and Mériadek Caraës, former collaborators of the gallery owner Kamel Mennour and whose dream shop has just moved to the Quai de la Mégisserie .
Already cult, their fish- patterned plates have caught the eye of the interior designer who has placed them on all tables. It must be said that we owe it to a family of Spanish ceramists who continue to make the drawing by hand with more than thirty colors, before firing clay to fix the pigments.
To make your living room the most prominent table in Paris, we therefore copy the decor of the restaurant, which serves these unique pieces with its seafood starters to die for… like this signature egg mimosa for which the chef gave us the recipe.
Deep dish 30 €, also available in store at 20 quai de la Mégisserie, Paris 1er
Pimp your table with vintage limited edition placemats
How to set up a friendly and stylish table to create an unforgettable moment for your guests? The answer: everything is in the art of the table.
Hence the great collaboration between Béatrice Laval, founder of Monde Sauvage and Charlotte Cadé , the entrepreneur behind Selency , the super stylish 2.0 flea market. It gives: limited edition boxes sold at BHV, whose contents are inspired by paintings by Van Gogh , Renoir or Edward Hopper .
It's up to you to choose your favorite mood: “ The starry night ” with tea towels and candle holders for a candlelit dinner ( € 50), “ Early Sunday morning ” and its napkins and egg cups ( € 60) to add atmosphere to a stylish brunch , “ Le Déjeuner des canotiers ” in a country picnic style with tea towels and knives ( € 75), or even “ A banquet ” with tablecloth and cutlery set ( € 180).
From November 16 in Le Monde Sauvage stores, at the Selency corner of BHV Marais, or on www.selency.fr
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