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Vintage, Belle Epoque and Contemporary Design for Villa Bougainville and Villa Otéro, Nice

4 November 2015

Right in the quartier of the Musiciens in Nice, next to the Central Train Station, it reigns two gems filled with colors and energy, two boutique hotels that are bringing charm and style to this corner of the city. First steps were taken into a tropical land with splashes of turquoise that recalls the deco of the Enlightenment Century and the expeditions of Luois Antoine de Bougainville, a sailor known for his passion for nature. The concept of the hotel is a mix of styles, designs, a chic contrast between vintage and contemporary. Then, just a few steps further, there is the Belle Epoque hotel, Villa Otero capturing the spirit of the cinema star, Caroline Otero, who came to Nice in 1915 and stayed here till the end of her days. All the glamour of her epoque and retro charm, we can find it here. Strong colors, attention to details, a modern twist to a chic era.  Villa Bougainville Based on the identity of the travels made by Louis-Antoine de Bougainville,the 19th century explorer, Virginie and Arnaud Coste Booty develop an atmosphere of abundance in connection with the lush exotic vegetation. Overlays, accumulations and collections thus follow in the different areas of the hotel. Turquoise and sea green walls, inhabited birds wallpaper or printed botanical plates serve

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Yen deco collection, Plum flower

Yen deco collection, Plum flower

25 November 2011

This new limited edition signed Guy Degrenne reminds of the blown flowers of dandelion, to tighten memory of childhood, for a collection in sobriety. Fleur de Prune brings a key of freshness and delicacy at table, for little moment of coszness ...

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Crashed Ferrari coffee table

Crashed Ferrari coffee table

22 November 2011

No matter how weird it could be to drink a coffee on a crashed Ferrari table, the idea seem to have a lot of fans around the world. Designer Charly Molinelli had the idea and took the compact remains of a Ferrari ...

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Exceptional deco pieces

Exceptional deco pieces

17 November 2011

  We recommend you some exceptional deco pieces for your home: 1. Armchair Mister De par Tristan Auer, Taillardat limited edition, structures injection in beech, tinted old and with patina, traditional decoration with leather pose in finishing saddler and doubles passepoil, h 83 ...

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Maison des Centraliers

Maison des Centraliers

16 November 2011

The fiber Antron® offer of special qualities for the areas of the residential and of  sales and marketing person having a medium company in raised, furthermore it is available in one  broad fan of colours, structures, motives and models. - Resistance in warmth: there is ...

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Jason Wu and Faucet brand Brizo® unveil powder room collection

Jason Wu and Faucet brand Brizo® unveil powder room collection

8 November 2011

  Jason Wu and Brizo are delighted to introduce the Jason Wu for Brizo Collection, a stylish powder room suite that merges the signature styles of both brands in a line of products for the bathroom. The collection reinforces the position of the Brizo ...

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Christmas gift: Nature in a bottle

Christmas gift: Nature in a bottle

4 November 2011

Bring the tranquility of the outdoors inside with this mossy microcosm that adds the calm presence of nature to spaces that could use an antidote to daily stress. This modern take on the terrarium features an urbanized micro ecosystem housed within a ...

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Louis Vuitton and Alexander McQueen pumpkins

Louis Vuitton and Alexander McQueen pumpkins

25 October 2011

  As Halloween is just a few steps away from our doors, pumpkin carving seems to be on the minds of every fan. The online magazine, Sweet Paul Mag reveals us a number of pumpkin decorations haute couture. Louis Vuitton pumpkin comes from designer collection. ...

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String gardens by Fedor van del Valk

String gardens by Fedor van del Valk

16 September 2011

  Innovative and creative – 2 words that can define Fedor van der Valk’s string gardens idea. Yes, we are accustomed to putting our flowers in vases or in pots but hanging on the walls or ceiling has never crossed our minds. And, it is ...

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