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Let’s Get Personal in France with Céline Vernier…

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The home of Céline Vernier from pepillo

F:: French is… the French are all very different, like France’s landscapes, heritage, culture. People from all over the world live in Paris, rich or poor, in a hurry or nonchalant, eccentric or conventional…

R:: room, my favorite room in our home is… my living/working room, it is the place where I work, where we host our friends, where our children play. When the weather’s nice, this room is flooded with sun. 

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E:: entrance, when entering my home you will notice … that the house is lived in, there often is a slight mess….that’s family life for you!

N:: new in my home is… the String shelves, a re-edition of 1950ies Swedish shelves

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 {the multicoloured draws in image above and in the top image are by Bulle

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C:: create, I start creating when… my head is pleasantly full of projects, inspired and nourished by different things: building blocks, 1950ies furniture, Paul Cox and Komagata, Spring, colors like red, yellow, blue… As soon as I can, I draw, I work, I evaluate the feasibility of my projects with manufacturers and suppliers then I finalize them. From then on, a new project can start germinating…

H:: home means to me… childhood memories, they’re always linked to a place.

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H:: hobby, I always make time for… my work, always 

O:: outfit, my favorite thing to wear is… a good pair of jeans! But I also love pretty blouses by the French brand “Les Petits Hauts” and beautiful girly high-heel shoes!

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M:: magazines I love to read are… Milk, Elle, Doolittle and Papier Mâché…

E:: enjoy, I can’t live without… my family, my friends, my work, sun, projects.  

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{the cute ceramic vases are by Lili Scratchy}

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I'm a long time fan of the artsy/crafty work by French artist Céline Vernier from pepillo and it is truly fun for me (and I hope you feel the same) to see her where she lives and works. You can find her stamps an other little lovely things right here. Another reason why I love this LGP is discovering the beautiful furniture by BULLE! Wow chest with colored drawers are fun and I would love to have the desk in the top image. 

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  1. Deborah

    Lovely to see Céline’s home, I’m a big fan of her work. A nice way to start the week!

  2. desiree

    This home is really lived in, it shows….Oh and I would love to have a big Mac like that 😉


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