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Deciphering Téva Déco: the Upcycling apartment

Deciphering Téva Déco: the Upcycling apartment

This week the Téva Déco program is a bit special. Shot only on Upcycling, the Téva Déco apartment will not revamp one room but two, since it is the living room and the kitchen. Sophie Ferjani accompanied by Thomas Lecointe, give us all their best tips and advice for achieving a bohemian decor.

New furniture recovered


Teva Deco / D'home Productions All the furniture is recovered or purchased from Emmaüs. They find a second youth and will be diverted, adapting perfectly to the atmosphere of the room.

The inspiration wall


Teva Deco / D'home Productions The theme that will be worked on: the bohemian style. Color, personalization and patterns are at the rendezvous of this decoration. The challenge: to give style to basic furniture!

In the living room


Teva Deco / D'home Productions Sophie and Thomas decided to keep the walls white but to add a section of wall in wooden formwork and create a giant frame mixing different scraps of wallpaper.

DIY


Teva Deco / D'home Productions In Thomas' workshop, we're going to upcycle the antique furniture at Emmaüs for almost nothing, and divert it into a TV cabinet to adapt to the bohemian style. Thomas just decided to change the handles and paint it with a little effect to give it a second life.

The office dining room


Teva Deco / D'home Productions A wooden board is surmounted by sculpted feet to compose a table and the white shelf with lockers has been ennobled by being capped by a wooden formwork and is transformed into a practical sideboard for storing dishes.

And in the kitchen


Teva Deco / D'home Productions The style is also bohemian, but more neutral here, with a wall of customized plates and lots of tips to do at home. Here, staggered cases of wine structure and enliven the wall.

The result


Teva Deco / D'home Productions The decoration is a success and the bet won!