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A modern chalet style decor

Whether you live in a house or an apartment, the chalet-style decor is particularly suitable for the winter season! We want cocooning and raw materials, soft lighting and natural materials, to have the impression of being in the mountains without moving from our sofa. Before being a decoration style, the chalet style is above all a question of atmosphere.
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Wood: a bathroom in your image

Natural, exotic, industrial or marine style bathroom? Alinea explores these four styles with its unique and trendy ranges. It is very trendy to opt for wood for your bathroom. So relax, close your eyes and imagine which bathroom would suit you the most.
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Axbo, a chronobiological awakening

An alarm clock that takes your pulse to wake you up at the best time? This is now possible thanks to the Axbo alarm clock. We knew the dawn simulators which awaken gently thanks to the light and the well-being alarm clocks which diffuse harmonious sounds or various scents. The Axbo alarm clock goes further.
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Kitchen: how to optimize storage

Kitchenette, small kitchen, dinner kitchen ... Depending on the space allocated to the "heart of the house", the problem of storage affects us more or less. But we all agree: finding what you're looking for right away is nice. The madmen of the jar In recent years, we have seen the spread of an astronomical number of boxes, one prettier than the other.
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Expand your house by pushing the walls…

Without transforming a studio into a palace, a little common sense and a few design rules are enough to make you feel at home. Interior designer Florence Bontemps * shares her tips with us. Interview by Gilles Wallon What are the basic rules for optimizing small spaces? Let's start with the obvious: purifying is essential.
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The new "literary awards" door stickers from Le Pré d'Eau

Le Pré d'Eau is a wall design agency. Their concept? Write and draw poetic stories on the walls with drawings and adhesive texts. Pascal Melloul, Carole Carecchio and Véronique Nectoux do not like to be limited by a frame: the walls, the doors are so many surfaces large enough to use them as a stage, without limit of space, without limit of frame, without constraint of drawings or texts locked in on themselves.
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