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The decorative trick of Aurélie Hémar: modernize an old kitchen

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The kitchen before the makeover.

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This week's deco workshop is about modernizing a kitchen with old-fashioned and outdated décor. By creating a hanging shelf and a papier mache suspension, Aurélie Hémar brings trendy and personalized touches to the room. Change is radical!

Aurélie Hémar helps Brigitte to modernize her old-fashioned kitchen. To give a second life to the room, she makes wooden shelves to suspend and a suspension papier-mâché. Demonstration in videos.

Video of Aurélie Hémar: creating suspended shelves

Equipment needed to make hanging shelves

- 2 boards of plywood of 22 X 100 cm

- 10 meters of rope

- Scissors

- A drill

- Sandpaper

- A sanding block

- 2 rings

- 8 washers

- 2 nails / screws

Aurélie Hémar's tutorial for making shelves for the kitchen

1. Cut two plywood boards 22 x 100 cm.

2. Sand the cuts for a smooth finish.

3. Drill the sides of the boards with 2 holes at the ends (2 cm from the edges).

4. Make a knot at the end of the rope that will be used to hold the board.

5. Place a puck in the rope.

6. Then pass the rope through one of the holes in the bottom shelf

7. Make a knot with the rope to choose the height between the two shelves.

8. Repeat a puck.

9. Then pass the rope through the hole in the top shelf.

10. Pass the rope through a ring (which will be used to hang the shelves), then into the second hole of the top shelf.

11. Repeat a puck.

12. Leave a sufficient length of rope for the wall hanging by making a knot that will stop the top shelf.

13. Thread the rope through the second hole of the bottom shelf.

14. Again pass a puck and finish with a knot.

15. Repeat the same steps for the other side.

16. Hang on the wall.

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Video of Aurélie Hémar: making a paper mache suspension

Equipment needed to create a suspension yourself

- 1 big balloon

- Newsprint

- Wallpaper glue

- A basin

- A flat brush brush

- A cutter

- Matt acrylic white paint

- A brush to rechampir

- A spray paint gold

- A protective mask

- An electric wire

- 1 socket

- 1 bulb

- 1 socket

Aurélie Hémar's tutorial to make a suspension for the kitchen

1. Inflate a big balloon.

2. Prepare tapestry glue in the water.

3. Tear off pieces of newspaper.

4. Glue the first strips of newspaper on the balloon with only water.

5. Form a half round of paper on the balloon and repeat in several layers (4 to 5 minimum).

6. Allow to dry.

7. Once dry, carefully deflate the balloon. Be careful not to explode the balloon as it may break the paper mache dome.

8. The half papier-mache ball remains in place.

9. Paint the entire ball in matte acrylic white. Put two coats of paint, if necessary, for a better result. Attention: respect the drying time of the paint between the two layers.

10. Once the white is dry, paint the inside in gold with the bomb. Put on a protective mask before bulging.

11. Drill the center of the top with a cutter.

12. Run the electrical system.

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The kitchen before and after the makeover

The kitchen before the makeover.

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The kitchen before the makeover.

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The kitchen before the makeover.

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The kitchen before the makeover.

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Find the Atelier déco with Aurélie Hémar on France 2 on Saturday at 17h10 and 18h10.

Would you like to ask Aurélie Hémar and her team of experts for your decoration project? Visit the website of France 2.

The site of the Atelier Déco on France 2

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