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How to properly level off the wallpaper?
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How to properly level off the wallpaper?

Question: Answer: fold the wallpaper by marking the fold, cut with a cutter and a ruler and clean the traces of glue with a damp sponge. The leveling consists in cutting the pieces of wallpaper which protrude on the floor or on the ceiling, after having pasted it on the wall.

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Ecological renovation: wood stove and tax credit

Alternatives to traditional fireplaces, wood stoves are now widely acclaimed by French households. The reasons for their success? They combine traditional technique and contemporary design, avoid masonry work, bring a nice decorative touch to the room and increased comfort in housing.
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Tutorial: a bright crochet carpet

Very interesting to use in decoration, the lights are as aesthetic as they are useful. With the tutorial of the day, the term light idea takes on its full meaning! Today we are going to learn how to make a light carpet in [news: 739825 crochet]. The equipment - a 5m LED light cord - a 15m jersey ribbon - news: 739825 crochet Budget: around 45 € Duration: 2 hours Steps 1.
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ThawThat, the first defrost board

Fancy a little innovation in your kitchen? And if you opt for the incredible ThawThat defrost board. Proposed by That Inventions, the defrosting board comes from scientific research just like the other innovations of the brand: the high-tech SpreadThat spreader or the Scoop ice cream scoop.
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What plants to plant or install in a veranda?

Ultra bright, the veranda is a link between the garden and the house. It is a totally suitable place to let plants like exotic plants and citrus fruits flourish. Whether you make your conservatory a greenhouse or a conservatory for delicate plants, culture in this type of place cannot be improvised.
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DIY kids: make a jigsaw puzzle for your kids

We can do a lot of things with cardboard! … And in particular many very different games: after the toy car in a roll of toilet paper and the hedgehog awakening game in cardboard and clothespins, here is the shape puzzle, or more precisely the stacker of geometric shapes, made all in cardboard and with small wooden pins.
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I tested for you… the TO by Lipton teapot

In recent years, the French have been rediscovering tea and its thousands of flavors with great pleasure. From spicy perfumes to oriental classics, passing by the deep aromas of black tea, the proposed mixes never cease to seduce consumers, always in search of new taste experiences.
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A Sushi Party with Brandt's rice cooker

Sushi, maki ... These small rice-based bites are now rooted in French consumption habits. Brandt invites Japan to his table with this new "culinary aid" with a traditional design. The red and black hues are reminiscent of Japanese lacquers and a delicate cherry blossom motif adorns the cooker.
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DIY kids: make a piggy bank

Here is an original idea to recycle plastic bottles: transform them into a piggy bank. Here, it's a piggy bank, but why not make other animals? !! It's up to you to get inspired by this small DIY easy to make to make the piggy bank that you like (or rather, which your children like!
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DIY kids: make an awakening game for your little ones

We continue our small series of tutorials on games and do-it-yourself toys to amuse our children, with this DIY specially thought for little bits, since it is an awakening game inspired by the method of Montessori learning. Once again, the game is very simple to make with little equipment… and you will see that it will amuse your children a lot from 18/24 months.
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Advice from a real estate agent: How to leave a shared apartment?

Colocation is often a transitory period. Very popular with students and young adults - who cannot always justify a stable income - it allows several people to share the common costs by living under the same roof. This human experience is not always easy to manage on a daily basis, however, and some people choose to end it after a few months.
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Rock wool, glass wool: what are the differences?

Rock wool: an insulator inspired by volcanoes Rock wool, also called stone wool, is an incredible insulating material inspired by nature and more particularly by volcanoes. In fact, rock wool is made using a mixture of basalt (volcanic rock), limestone and / or clay heated to over 1400 ° C and passed through a sieve in order to obtain filaments.
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How I saved my wallet: designer pendant lights

A beautiful pendant lamp adorns a room! A beautiful large pendant lamp that overlooks everything. A bit like the vertigo pendant lamp by Constance Guisset that we see everywhere and which is so elegant and graphic. If it is not that it is a little expensive… No problem, the editorial staff has rolled up their sleeves and found you full of beautiful suspensions which will not require you to empty your bank accounts!
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Design: Mood by Christofle

French goldsmith Christofle is launching its first set of cutlery as a decorative pack. Completely in tune with the times, this original concept with a chic and compact look leaves nothing to guess about its function! A showcase of sharing and emotions At the start of the 2015 school year, Maison Christofle is determined to shake up the traditional codes of tableware!
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Piet Hein Eek signs an innovative piece of furniture, designed in a wooden panel

A master in the art of contemporary marquetry, the Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek today achieves a real technical feat: designing a piece of furniture using a single wooden panel, used 100%, well almost . Result in pictures… The "99.13%" chest: a modern piece of furniture with raw charm After having tried for a long time to make a piece of furniture from a single wooden panel, the designer Piet Hein Eek managed to take up this daring bet with "99 .
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Interview with Michel Farris, head gardener at Jardin Albert Kahn

Philanthropist banker, Albert Kahn (1860-1940) invested most of his personal fortune in the service of peace and dialogue between cultures through the establishment of various foundations. His house and his four hectares of garden, located near the banks of the Seine at Boulogne-Billancourt, represent a poetic and lively synthesis that sensitizes walkers to the harmonious coexistence of diversity.
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Beautiful book: The greatest architects

Antoni Gaudi, Le Corbusier, Jean Prouvé, Oscar Niemeyer… The great builders of the 20th and 21st century are today elevated to the rank of artists, just like painters or sculptors. Whether decried or admired, their works do not leave the public indifferent! To better understand the scope of their achievements, often avant-garde and out of the ordinary, and highlight their extraordinary destinies, the Editions de La Martinière have brought together 75 big names in architecture in an event book to be published for the start of the new school year. .
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THE MATIS CAROLE AND FRANCOIS ROOM

H2] DUBBING AND PARTITIONING. Sound insulation, thermal insulation, water or fire resistance, indoor air purification ... the Placo® range offers a solution for every room in the house. Recommended for bedrooms and living rooms, the Placo® Phonic plate, blue in color, divides noise by two from one room to another.
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The Belleville Chair, the new icon of the Bouroullec brothers

Seen on the Vitra stand during the last "Salone Internazionale del Mobile" in Milan last April, the Belleville Chair imagined by the Bouroullec brothers already has everything of an iconic piece… The Bouroullec brothers: a winning design duo Born in 1971 and 1976 in Quimper, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec respectively studied at the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris and the National School of Arts in Cergy-Pontoise.
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