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Stéphanie Marin presents her Play Yet collection!

Founded in 2004 by designer Stéphanie Marin, the Nice publisher Smarin designs, develops and distributes various design projects. This year, Stéphanie Marin gave life to a collection with an amazing design, conceived as a real construction game, ultra fun: Play Yet! Presentation. Play Yet, when decorating becomes child's play!
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Tutorial: customize a coffee table with cases of wine

Beauty, travel, fashion and decoration, Leïla's passions are varied and she shares them on her blog for our greatest pleasure! You will therefore find on Mademoiselle Parfum beauty tips, product tests, tickets on her moods, her travels, and lots of DIY. It is also on this blog that we found this nice tutorial that allows you to customize a coffee table with cases of wine.
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How to clean cast iron pots?

Cast iron is a material much appreciated by cooking enthusiasts. The cast iron utensils allow healthy, delicious and above all economical cooking. Indeed, the latter makes it possible to maintain a diffuse and homogeneous temperature and also preserves the taste and the benefits of food. Have you fallen for cast iron dishes or do you want to invest in this type of utensil?
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Sewing: learning the buttonhole stitch

The buttonhole stitch is used in sewing to consolidate the buttonholes. It is a solid functional point which prevents the [actu: 739845 fabric] from unraveling at the buttonholes. 1. To begin, make a knot on the thread and prick the needle on the back of the [news: 739845 fabric]. Take the needle out from the place slightly below the buttonhole slot.
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Niki de Saint Phalle at the Grand Palais

For the first time, the Grand Palais opens its doors to the works of Niki de Saint Phalle, an extraordinary female artist. A unique opportunity to admire his famous "girls", brilliant works of curves and colors, but also the more intimate montages of the Franco-American painter and sculptor.
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The Bouroullec brothers in Rennes

Their common name certainly tells you something, the Bouroullecs - Ronan and Erwan by their first name - have shone on international design for more than 20 years. Associated in 1999, they, as a family, designed for many manufacturers such as Issey Miyake, Ligne Roset and, more recently, Mutina. They now exhibit their work around 4 emblematic exhibitions in Rennes in Brittany.
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