How about starting the year off right by putting your home in order and renewing your decor to make it more zen, more functional and greener? We have listed for you 5 good resolutions to adopt in order to bring a breath of fresh air into your decor.
With the rise in gas and electricity prices, more and more French people are opting for wood heating. This method of heating, both economical and ecological, can emit fine particles into the atmosphere if it is badly used. Here are 5 tips to know to make a nice flambé without polluting.
If you're looking for a trendy color to redecorate your home, you should know that the Pantone color of the year 2022 was unveiled on December 9. The American brand of reference in the field of color has chosen the purple Very Peri to symbolize the coming year. Here's a handy guide to adopting this hue and matching it to your decor.
Do you know the griffin foot? This cold-hardy flower is a very hardy cousin of the Christmas rose or hellebore. Here is everything you need to know about this plant with its delicate bell-shaped bloom.
Plants that bloom in winter are great gift ideas for Christmas or even the entire holiday season. If you want to give a plant to your loved ones, here is a selection of 5 plants to give for the holidays.
Every year, it's the same dilemma: should you buy your Christmas tree in advance to enjoy it longer or decorate it at the last minute so that it stays green with its thorns? If you want to keep your Christmas tree as long as possible, here are 5 tips to keep it green.
The festive season would not have the same flavour without chocolates, papillotes, Christmas shortbread and the many other delicacies traditionally associated with this time of year. But have you ever thought of hanging these types of treats on your Christmas tree? For all those who want to make a tree as beautiful as it is delicious, here are 3 ideas for edible decorations.
During the holiday season, animated characters are the undisputed stars in the windows of department stores. But do you know how and since when Christmas automatons are made? If you don't know their history and origins, here are 5 things to know about these amazing characters.
This December, the Nutcracker figurines are everywhere in the shop windows. For a few years now, these wooden soldiers have been arriving in French shops and are now one of the most popular Christmas decorations. But do you know the origin of this character that has become a symbol of the holidays? Here are 5 things to know about the Nutcracker.
In the tourist village of Riquewihr, the Féerie de Noël shop is one of the must-see attractions during the holiday season and all year round! This shop has a magical atmosphere and is exclusively dedicated to Christmas decorations.