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I fold my Christmas napkins

Sometimes there are little things that change everything. This is the case for example with the folding of napkins, a setting on the table that makes your decoration sophisticated and precious. Towel folding is a bit like the bag or scarf that completes an outfit, the detail that makes the difference in short.
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The Hawaiian motif returns!

You are always ahead of the trend, but after Brazil already seen too much, the ikat patterns of last year and the Scandinavian style, too wise, you are tired of the trends of the moment. Indulge yourself instantly with this deciphering of the latest trend that turns Marc Jacob's head and which is still in the trend books of the largest style offices.
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Réveil Café, the connected coffee maker from SEB

The Tefal brand offers a new innovative coffee maker, which can be programmed remotely. Whether you want to have hot coffee when you wake up or not leave the table to prepare coffee for your guests, this ultra connected device will change your life. Only condition for its use: have a Smartphone.
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Advice from an insurance expert for a safe trip

Are you going on vacation soon? Do you want to protect your home? Your insurer can help you. Indeed, like a very large majority of French people, you have home insurance. This protects you on a daily basis but also during your absence. To allow you to leave safely, we have contacted the Matmut.
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Should we water in winter?

You are a bit disoriented in front of your garden which, let's face it, displays a somewhat sad face at the start of winter. Your major question concerns the watering of different plants in this season when nature seems to need nothing. Is watering necessary in winter? Charly de Jardiland answers our questions and explains to us what the water needs of plants are from November to February.
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Interview with Simone Rivaton, gardener at the Jardin des Vieilles Vignes

Many villages in France are home to unexpected wonders. This is the case of Valay, in Haute-Saône, where the Jardin des Vieilles Vignes is created, created by Simone Rivaton. Completely open to the surrounding countryside, this beautiful landscaped area of ​​4500m2 was entirely designed by its owner, who put all her energy into the service of nature to the delight of those around her and visitors.
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