Category Archives: C’EST COOL

“C’est Cool” : une sélection de jolies choses et coups de coeur art, mode, décoration et cuisine que j’ai envie de vous faire découvrir.
C’est Cool” is a collection of nice things and favorites in art, fashion, home decor and food that I love and share with you.


+ ART : Jazmin Berakha
I was so happy to stumble upon Jazmin Berakha‘s work, she specialized in embroidery and the result is stunning. Based in Buenos Aires, her works is renowned internationally, she has collaborated with Little Paper Plane where you can find limited prints. I love the colors so 70s and the geometrical forms in her work.

Source : Little Paper Plane & Jazmin Berakha

+ DECO : A light-filled home in Sydney
I’m loving this beautiful house in Sydney built and designed for a couple who has very different taste in design. I’m really found of the banana leaves on the table. It is a great idea for a large & minimalist space.

Source : Inside Out

+ MODE : Sideline Clothing
This demim & indigo collection with touches of burgundy is right up my alley for this fall. I love the cosy and relax feel of these pieces. Take a look at the full collection !


+ FOOD : A “raw” cheesecake with kiwifruit by My Darling Lemon Thyme
I have been wanting to give those raw cheesecake a try for a long time : the base is made with dates & almonds, the cream is soaked cashews with coconut oil finely mixed so it becomes smooth. This one with kiwifruit made by My Darling Lemon Thyme is particularly tempting ! If I get good results, I will share a recipe here !

Source : My Darling Lemon Thyme



“C’est Cool” is a collection of nice things and favorites in art, fashion, home decor and food that I love and share with you, every 2 weeks.

+ ART : Saar Manche’s illustrations
Artist based in La Hague, she shares on her blog and on instagram soft-toned pictures and her poetic illustrations.

Source : Saar Manche

+ DECO : Rattan peacock bedhead
Those vintage headboards give a nice bohemian touch and add character to a bedroom. I love the contrast between the two series of pictures. The first two are very neutral and soft but the two others are more flamboyant, and show a clever use of color. I love the two styles but I think I will choose the first one for my own bedroom. What about you ?


Sources : Urban Outfitters & Down That Little Lane

+ MODE : Après Ski Jewelry
Jewelry and accessories line designed by Lucia Vergara, who lives in Barcelona and creates these perfect vintage-inspired pieces with a modern look. I love the minimalist and geometric forms; the materials and the colors she uses are perfect. Her jewelry reminds me of Marni or some recent Celine pieces.
Retrouvez sa boutique ICI


Source : Après Ski

+MANGER : Eggs poached in Tomato Sauce
I often make a variation of this recipe for dinner, a tomato-based sauce with eggs slowly cooked in it. I made it in plenty of different ways : basquaise style for example with ham and peppers or a shakshuka with middle-eastern spices. When I spotted this recipe on Emiko Davies’ blog , a blog that I only recently discovered and absolutely love, I thought it was the perfect opportunity to share it with you.
Find the recipe here and take a look at her lovely blog.


Source : Emiko Davies



Nice things found this week

+ ART : Plant illustrations by Polly Rowan
Find her prints in her Etsy shop

+ DECO : Zoe Dent’s bohemian home in Avalon, Australia.
I love the basket pendant lights from Tine K Home, the leather chairs and the berber rug.
More pictures and source : My Scandinavian Home


+ MODE : A summer in Madewell
I love everything in those images from Madewell summer collection, unfortunately not yet available in France.


+ MANGER : Seafood spaghetti baked in a packet
This recipe is fantastic, and comes with a “wow” effect. Tried during our last family dinner and it was a hit.
Recipe via Food52, created by Emiko Davies.


Interior design shops in Marseille


During our trip to Marseille, I planned for a little visit of home decor shops that I had spotted in magazines or other blogs while preparing for this weekend. The city is full of good spots, I could easily have visited twice the number of shops but time was lacking and the crushing heat was not our best friend for a shopping session.
Without further ado, my favorite spots, all within walking distance :

+ Good Design Store

Opened by Katja, whos is in charge of representing scandinavian brands for the French market, and her husband, I was pleased to visit this lovely place. This design store, is in the heart of the commercial and pedestrian district of marseille, few steps away from rue St Férreol. You will find scandinavian brands like Ferm Livng, Muuto, Northern Lighting but also some trendy names like Tom Dixon, Gervasoni, or Serax. The shop is gorgeous, a former jazz club transformed into a spacious and light-filled showroom.

19 rue Venture, 13001 Marseille
Good Design Store

+ Labo Life Store

Concept store mixing home design, men & women’s clothes, jewelry, I liked their choice of furnitures and textiles. They have a great selection of up and coming brands like the design objects by Incipit (they also distribute the work of Illaria I I shared in my M&O selection), bed linens by Mille et Clair, or Mifuko‘s baskets.

5 place de la Corderie, 13006 Marseille
Labo Life Store

+ Honoré
I was particularly curious to visit Honoré’s shop, after spotting the brand in M&O. The shop has the same feel as their stand in the fair, I found the same objects that made my heart sing : Croisette armchairs, natural pendant lights, boho plaids and pillow but the shop carries also some beautiful objects and rustic tableware. And an inspiring storefront !

121 rue Sainte, 13007 Marseille
Honoré Décoration

+ Maison Empereur

Cult shop in Marseille, the mecca of hardware store, I couldn’t say no to such tempting proposal. I found the place marvelous, everything you need for your house : handiwork, cooking, gardening, bath, toys …. An old-fashioned store where you see that each object has been carefully selected and only top quality brands have been chosen. French makers, experts in their fields, are well represented.
They also have a second shop, right next to the main one (pictured), dedicated to workware : breton shirts, pea jackets, sailor coats, hats, overalls, only quality fabrics, timeless cuts, made by demanding and traditional makers.

4 rue des Récolettes, 13001 Marseille
Maison Empereur