DEBEAULIEU participates in the dream and sublimates this feminine and sensual collection in a sensual and generous intervention (Photo ©Paul Mouginot).


DEBEAULIEU invites these 2 young designers italines found in Milan and expose their rooms for 1 month in PARIS.
“The Phytophiler” project consists of a collection of hand-thrown terracotta pots on which a series of functional appendices are installed through a series of holes. Those accessory elements suggest the daily gestures and cares that a “phytophiler” has for the plants sharing his living spaces: magnifying glasses to accurately observe leaves; mirrors to allow a total vision of the plant and multiply its beauty; a resonant vase to please the plant and enhance its development through vibrations; a small add-on garden to make a small shrubs feel like a tree overlooking a field; a functional straw shelter to give restoring shade; a net structure appendix to allow a climbing houseplant to grow and create a domestic pergola, etc…


DEBEAULIEU décore des lieux d’exception. Ici, l’occasion de fleurir une soirée entre amis au TRIANON de Marie-Antoinette, et d’envahir une table de fleurs et de fruits colorés dans une thématique Grand Siècle.


A chaque nouvelle saison DEBEAULIEU, investit et repense avec le végétal la mise en scène des collections dans la vitrine de la boutique Pigalle.


DEBEAULIEU fleurit régulièrement les évènements de la maison CHAUMET à PARIS ou ailleurs.


Through this collaboration with the French decorator Robert NORMAND, DEBEAULIEU intervenes by painting dried flowers in the colors of the collection of the designer.