Trois comptes Instagram à suivre #12 - Debongout

Three Instagram accounts to follow #12

Instagram, this wonderful social network where photos and videos immerse us in lives and universes as addictive as a good Netflix series. The discoveries are numerous but it is also easy to get lost. To guide you, I offer you a selection of 3decoration & lifestyle accounts to follow.

This week, we are staying in Paris to discover one of my favorite shopping spots, to be inspired bythe art of living of a real Parisian and to dream of her next party tables...

@BoutiqueLesFleurs , spot to shop

This is without doubt one of my favorite places of inspiration, the “les fleurs” shop, located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris.

Here, the patina of vintage furniture mixes with a few new objects and lush plants. A whole that creates an atmosphere in which one willingly strolls in search of his next find. Between the boutique on rue Trousseau and the one on passage Jousset, there is everything to find what you are looking for, whether in decoration or lifestyle. Jewelery or small leather goods “made in France”, everything is beautiful and above all affordable.

The other very appreciable point of the Flowers: the permanent renewal of the selections. Of course, there will always be a few centerpieces like dried flowers or soap from yesteryear, but when it comes to furniture like a Léonie-style farmhouse table , everything goes by very quickly!

Be careful, the temptation is strong to spend every Saturday there.

Good taste according to @BoutiqueLesFleurs

Easier to recognize what is bad taste than to define good taste. Let's say that good taste is not for me in the outrageous, in the exuberant, in the spectacular... it is more in the delicacy, the coherence... it is a quest for the senses. You also have to rack your brains a bit!

Nature, in its associations of colors and materials, rarely has bad taste, we can take inspiration from it.

Her most beautiful decorative find

A sublime Louis Van Teeffelen wooden coffee table with black and white mosaic that I sold a few months ago.

@Ludivine LF : Parisian.

Ludivine is from Paris. Yes, but not just any. The one that makes us say that even with a child we will always prefer to slalom on the sidewalks in a stroller, rather than going to live more than 500m from the Place de la République. Yes, because Ludivine loves her city, its prettiest spots and their colours. As a result, browsing his feed, we saw Paris through his eyes, just as amazed as ours at each of his discoveries.

His secret? it's probably because she loves her city, getting lost in it to find the perfect places to live.

Ludivine is also such a Frenchy style. A perfectly cut square, a sailor top, cigarette-sized trousers and as many other combinations for a result of perfectly mastered "chicness".

Well, I'll leave you, I'm going to do a whole thing at Angèle's guinguette, discovered thanks to her.

Good taste according to @LudivineLF

For me there is no good taste or bad taste, the proof is, whether in fashion or in decoration, we are constantly evolving on our own choices and what could go from good taste to a era no longer have it today and vice versa ...
What is important is to listen to yourself and not buy in order to "do like...", in addition to fully assume... that's good taste!

Her most beautiful decorative find

My prettiest decorative find is this tea service found in a vintage shop in Notting Hill (neighborhood where I lived for 4 years until last April)

@BlanchePatine , precious of yesteryear.

Ah old crockery… whether it's for my wedding or for every occasion to set the table at home, I love taking out my treasures and composing tables, so inevitably, I fell under the spell of Blanche Patine's work.

Mixing the different patterns and stories of each of these pieces, assembling them to experience new festive moments with family or friends, this is what Blanche Patine offers us through the rental and purchase of its selection of tableware. old, found in the four corners of France. Cécile goes in search of the rare piece that symbolizes local know-how or an era. It is no doubt thanks to this determination that his selection is always of rare elegance, with delicate patterns and a perfect patina.

You can find his finds in his corners of Galeries Lafayette, Printemps but also in his showroom, located rue des vinaigriers, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris.

All you have to do is take the time to admire these marvels.

Good taste according to @BlanchePatine
One key word: elegance. Simple elegance. In everything and everywhere.

Her most beautiful decorative find

One of these mottled compositions 🤗