March mood

The dream destination

The sun climbs higher, the weather turns fine. The garden will definitely be your favourite room in the house. The place for contemplating the spectacle of nature awakening, like a breath of greenery, a dreamlike, floral space that wraps you in contentment. A place of sublime thoughts, of releasing heightened creativity, comfortably relaxing in your garden sofa. March also begins the launch into the festive notes of spring: we catch ourselves dancing, singing and displaying real joie de vivre, brilliantly exhaled in a regressive bubble gum pink. Long live March, welcome to the garden living room.



The trend of the moment

Floral dreaminess

Nature is about to awaken and perform its annual rebirth. The imminent blooming of the cherry blossom poetically heralds this vibrant spring season. As a prelude, let yourself embark on a floral dream of wonderful patterns and objects exalted by delicate, abundant nature.

Profusion of flowers

The shade

Bubble Gum pink

Driven by millennials as a manifesto of optimism, pink invades our Instagram feeds and the design sphere. This voluptuous, generous colour sparkles with carefree, sweet nostalgia. A tone to scatter in touches to swap spirits and inner contentment.

Take inspiration from our seasonal colours

A little gem

Vase Muse
from Fundamental Berlin

Its voluptuous shapes and gourmet shades make the Muse vase a highly decorative object, filled with a unique sensuality. Designed in close collaboration with cult Berlin florist Marsano and artisan glassblowers from Bohemia, these crystal creations are the perfect home for your floral arrangements.

Flowery happiness


Let’s get planting

From the functional, welcoming balcony to the dream garden, check out our selection of flowerpots and gardening essentials for a breath of greenery!

Designer gardening

The micro-trend

Openwork surfaces


Perforated metal

A design classic created by Mathieu Matégot in the 1950s, this collection is the result of a new material: the steel mesh he calls Rigitulle, sheet metal shaped like fabric. These ultra-graphic lines make the Matégot collection a timeless icon.

Gubi - Matégot collection

Li’l holes...

Natural cane-work

The era of cane-work plays on unveiled concealment, forming a sort of filter for the contents of the Air sideboard. These modern geometric patterns composed of a natural fibre bestow a feeling of benevolence on your interior.

Design House Stockholm - Air sideboard

Nicely braided

3D lace

Created for indoors and out by designer Tokujin Yoshioka, the Smatrik armchair is an acronym for the identity values borne by the Italian design house: style - material - architecture - technology - research - industrial - Kartell! This three-dimensional lattice is made possible by injection moulding, allowing an almost moving ethereal volume.

Kartell - Smatrik armchair

Functional experimentation

The arrangement

Gardens to live in:
permission to dream

A new space to occupy once the fine weather arrives, the garden, an extension of our home sweet home, becomes a living room in its own right, the icing on the cake for our moments of relaxation. Out with the TV, make way for the spectacle of the garden, comfortably settled on your sofa, beautiful and functional.

Garden furniture

The icon

Bloom, flower bed

Bloom collection - Nanimarquina x Santi Moix
Combining figuration and abstraction, Santi Moix's work is characterised by its sensuality and a keen sense of form. In a floral composition resulting from its watercolour work, the Bloom rugs created by Nanimarquina fragment and reaccumulate so that you can stroll down your own flowerbed.

Check it out

The flagship collection


Nordic style for your gardens and terraces... Designed by the Danish brand Houe, the Level collection lets you create a cosy, refined, comfortable modular living room. This refined lounge collection dedicated to the outdoors charms us all: water- and UV-resistant fabric cover, thermo-lacquered aerial structure. The garden living room awaits.


The getaway

Art Gallery

Ode to culture

The only exception to the closure of places of culture, the galleries have managed to reopen. A welcome breath of art to open your mind and take you away (at least for a few hours) from social media. Where to go? Let yourself be guided by @clarahrrz's IGTV, which presents a gallery every Wednesday and influences us on the current exhibitions, totally objectively.
An opportunity for a quick preview before the 2021 edition of Art Paris, scheduled for 8 to 11 April at the new ephemeral Grand Palais, which promises a dazzling selection.

Copyright : @Clarahrrz / Art Paris / @Kamelmennour - Kamel Mennour Galerie