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Interview with William Rabaud, founder of Jardins Urbains
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Interview with William Rabaud, founder of Jardins Urbains

The development of outdoor spaces in an urban environment is an activity that requires experience and precision. The culture above ground implying the implementation of specific methods, it is advisable to take into account each environmental element so that the plants suffer at least from climate change.

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4 ways to store cookie cutters

The cookie cutters are very practical for easily making cakes with original shapes. Fun to decorate and gourmet, they will surprise young and old. However, they are not very practical to store. came up with clever ideas for you to store your cookie cutters!
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Galipette, the new brand of furniture for toddlers

The arrival of a baby at home changes life and decor. In this case, it is sometimes difficult to combine security and comfort, while surrounding yourself with nice furniture. To help you prepare for this great event, the editorial team turns to Galipette, the new brand of furniture for toddlers.
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How to plant and cultivate winter jasmine?

Characteristics of winter jasmine Type: flowering shrub Height: 2 to 4 m Color of flowers: yellow Desired exposure: sunny, semi-shaded Foliage: deciduous Maintenance: easy maintenance Type of soil: well drained Sanitizer: no Origins and peculiarities of winter jasmine Winter jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) belongs to the Oleaceae family, like its cousin summer jasmine.
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Curtains, blinds or sheers: what to choose for my glass door?

If the glass doors have the advantage of bringing brightness and clarity in a space, one should not however neglect their clothing, final touch of a successful decoration. Blackout, translucent or dimming, the curtain is an aesthetic solution of choice to filter the light, protect against noise and cold and preserve privacy.
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The advantages of the glass door

Guaranteeing security and privacy for everyone, a decorative element in its own right, the front door provides many functions. If for some, it seems unimportant, it is nevertheless the first thing that our guests see when they come to visit us and is often a reflection of our interior decoration.
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Before / After: Revitalizing a long-term studio

Arranging a large room arranged all in length is a job that requires rigor and adaptation: it is indeed a matter of visually delimiting the different spaces in order to break the "corridor" effect, often generated by such an arrangement. In this 25 m2 studio dating from the 70s, the owner wanted to give a more current atmosphere to his interior to rent the apartment.
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DIY gift idea: making notebooks with Japanese bindings

I love little notebooks! And therefore, I love being offered it! So I tell myself that I must not be the only one to love this kind of small gifts ... and even more so if they are handmade, with love! I recently discovered how to make very pretty notebooks with the Japanese bookbinding method.
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10 gift ideas for DIY lovers

Does your mom like to create personalized cards? Your best friend spends hours writing down her next decorative creations? It is therefore to DIY accessories that we invite you to turn to make them the perfect Christmas gift! Discover the 10 ideas we have thought of without further ado.
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Should we water in winter?

You are a bit disoriented in front of your garden which, let's face it, displays a somewhat sad face at the start of winter. Your major question concerns the watering of different plants in this season when nature seems to need nothing. Is watering necessary in winter? Charly de Jardiland answers our questions and explains to us what the water needs of plants are from November to February.
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Made in Design arrives at BHV

Since November 10, 2015, the fourth floor of the BHV Marais, located rue de Rivoli in Paris, exclusively hosts the very first physical store of Made in Design. The number 1 in online design sales now has a space of 150 square meters and offers an ever-changing selection of furniture and objects for the home, all made by creators unearthed by the brand.
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Tutorial: an original mirror with diverted plastic spoons

Are you looking for an original and fun DIY idea to occupy a Wednesday afternoon with your children? Prepare to make a small stock of plastic spoons, the following tutorial should please you! Today we are going to learn how to make a colorful and flowery mirror with plastic spoons.
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What work qualifies for the tax credit?

The works and materials eligible for CITE must have precise technical characteristics. As soon as they meet the requirements established by the finance law specific to metropolitan France, they can give rise to a tax credit. Some equipment is designed for individual houses, others for collective buildings.
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James, the new food processor according to Severin

Today, food robots are multiplying and finding a place in the kitchen of every home. Some are dedicated to baking, others offer so many functions that they become real kitchen clerks! This is the case of James, also known as James The Wondermachine, the new food processor by Severin.
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How to successfully install tile skirting boards?

Laying tiled plinth is not necessarily child's play. Tiles, measures, materials… how to make the right choice without breaking the bank? gives you his best tips for installing your tile skirting board. Let's go for a pose in 5 steps! Why tiled plinth? The tiled plinth is above all a good decorative asset.
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Mistakes to avoid when planning a kitchen in a loft

A kitchen installed in a loft needs to be properly thought out in space to optimize its use as much as possible. Choose the right location for the various cooking appliances, the building materials to use or the tips to adopt, here are our tips to avoid committing the irreparable!
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"Bubble Houses", the new book from Heritage Editions

The book Maisons Bulles explores French futuristic architecture in the 1960s. The movement, now forgotten, was born at the time of a rejection of modern art. Artists and architects come together to create a world between utopia and futurism and create these famous bubble houses. Deco.
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Tutorial: a bracelet with a leather belt

You don't know what to do with this too small leather belt? Collect a small chain and create a unique bracelet! Today we will learn how to make a bracelet with leather patterns. The material - a hole-punch pliers (we used a Crop-a-dile pliers) - a [actu: 739781 cutter] - a copper-colored chain of 40 cm - a spring clasp - a ring - a [actu: 739825 hook] knitting (or something similar) - a leather belt Budget: around 10 € Duration: 1 hour Steps 1.
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Tutorial: a wooden and concrete dish drainer

Among the uninspiring objects in our kitchens, the dish drainer certainly holds the palm of gold. Perhaps it is because of the chore it announces, or because of its design little worked to promote practicality, but one thing is certain: it is rarely highlighted. Today, we are going to learn how to make a designer dish rack in wood and concrete, to say goodbye to gloom and hello to modernity!
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Everything you need to know about baseboards

Inexpensive, decorative, practical, baseboard heaters offer many generally unknown advantages. investigated and enlightens you on this type of baseboards. Baseboard heaters: how does it work? The baseboard heaters combine convection, inertia and radiation to pleasantly warm the room.
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Habitat Pop: first pop-up store

On August 26, 2015, the Habitat furniture store chain opened its very first 800 m2 Pop-Up store in the heart of the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Presentation of this unusual place where the brand's furniture rubs shoulders with vintage creations. Closer to the customer It is in the heart of the Passy Plaza shopping mall that you can find this unique space imagined by the brand.
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