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10 Sophie's ideas to transplant into Téva Déco decors

10 Sophie's ideas to transplant into Téva Déco decors


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Sophie Ferjani, decoration coach of the Téva Déco apartment, deciphers a new decor in each program. Find a summary of his ideas and tips in 10 images.

Mountain decor


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco The chalet spirit is refined with accessories that evoke the mountains. The plates with a wooden print evoke the wood of the chalets, the placemats in imitation cowhides that echo the alpine pastures and the chandelier in deer antlers are all details that are winks linked to the mountain.

A Haussmannian envelope created from scratch


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco Sophie brings a Haussmann style in a simple room by lining the walls with a trompe l'oeil wood effect wallpaper. Moldings, old doors, book displays offer a new spirit and another soul to the room.

Materials that echo the theme


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco Sophie says it often: reinforce your decor theme by playing the game to the end! For example, here in this "Made in France" kitchen Sophie preferred to choose a battery of copper pots from Villedieu les Poêles, a small Parisian bistro table with cast iron legs or an old wooden shelf reminiscent of the old dressers that were used to store the beautiful porcelain.

The 60s combined with the feminine


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco In the 1960s many women were still at home. They are the guardians of this space, hence the fairly assertive presence of a decoration with feminine accents. Fine flowers, pastel colors, dressing tables are part of the vintage essentials that are found in homes and which are to be taken up if you want to create this spirit at home.

Do not neglect the ceiling in a baby room


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco During the first months of life, an infant spends a large part of his time lying on his back. Also to arouse his curiosity and distract him, do not forget to decorate the ceiling and the upper part of the walls of his room.

Immediate take off for London


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco The English capital invites itself in the decoration of the teenage bedroom: London buses, red telephone box and building facades offer the bedroom a window open on this dynamic city.

A touch of yellow to awaken a plant decor


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco Give relief to a plant decor by combining it with a little yellow. With small touches hidden here and there, it brings out the natural color of the plants. Incarnated by an armchair, a carpet or an accessory, the two colors enhance each other!

A canopy to structure the space


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco The canopies are good decorative partners for compartmentalizing and structuring the space without visually partitioning. Wood or metal, they are partly perforated to bring in the light and let glimpse what is behind. To be abused without moderation!

The art of diversion


Robin Clouet / TévaDéco Sophie breaks the codes of wall hanging by fixing to the wall a series of rosettes that are usually found on the ceilings of old bourgeois houses. Composed of polystyrene, they can be painted to your liking and then installed in large numbers on the wall to be decorated. They are an original way of staging the wall nicely without breaking the bank.