Silence that pushes Stéphane Marie: Photo and interview her garden

Portrait of Stéphane Marie

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Extraordinary known garden Stéphane Marie where he runs the show "Silence it grows !" France 5, we wanted to discover the home side! Interview.

" Show me your garden, I'll tell you who you are. "Likes to say Stéphane Marie. Once is not custom, it is not in his garden Cotentin which spans 2000 square meters, but in his house, we wanted to meet the animaeur "Silence it grows !". Because the garden is his happiness and heaven, he made the setting for his show on France 5 since 2002.  

What was only groves, he created open spaces, alternating rigor and fuzzy, eclecticism and fantasy. Here a vegetable garden there, a water garden, further rockeries, hedges course ... Set Designer for twelve years, Stéphane Marie loved implement in nature what he had experienced on stage. All this he shows us every weekend " Silence it grows "But what about the inside of the beautiful building that can be seen? Private visit. 

Silence, it pushes: which saw Stéphane Marie?

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Your favorite room where you enjoy being and spending time?

Stéphane Marie: The new kitchen. It is large and completely open to the garden between them like a great view, investing just a wall, fully glazed with a glass roof to the old. It was conducted by " greenhouses of Yesteryear ". There are wood wall, floor cement tiles. An established center allows you to cook several while making conversation. It is a place to share as much as the dishes we prepare it.  

Your furniture: family, modern, pitcher, ultra design?

Stéphane Marie: A mixture of all that. I like that the furniture tell me stories, those of the family: the oval table on which the stay once my great uncle was cutting the pig; the block from my grandfather left the butcher became the living room console; old seat as a daybed, upholstered armchairs black mohair velvet which gives the impression that they are but shadows; or beautiful old chains I do retapisser with completely kitsch tapestries! 

The most unusual or unexpected that one can find at home?

Stéphane Marie: The chandeliers. This huge apple double palmetto was once in the garden. When he died, I had the idea of ​​transforming it. It is suspended by the roots above the mezzanine. Two magpies it look ass, under the astonished eyes of a squirrel! In the living room there is a large wooden ivy branch: it is like a spider on the ceiling. The dozen bulbs that illuminate, are reflected in a collection of pendants made of glass or crystal. 

Stéphane Marie in her garden

Stéphane Marie in her garden

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An object or piece of furniture that you could separate you?

Stéphane Marie: The large buffet - or large monstrance - who sat at my grandmother. When I recovered, my house suddenly smelled smoke, so he was steeped in the atmosphere of the room where the fire never went out in the fireplace. This furniture dating from the eighteenth century is a bit rickety and lacks even a foot. But the white dish comes off so well these internal walls painted red, as was the rule in order to repel flies! 

What do you miss most during your many trips?

Stéphane Marie: My bed ! And especially the quality of my pillows. (I can not stand upholstery synthetic fiber which spin me a headache!). 

Your favorite color in your home?

Stéphane Marie: The black small doses rests other colors and spirit. And it's not sad. Yet I can hardly door. 

Your last purchase useful or futile for the home?

Stéphane Marie: A chest hanging on the wall at fifty centimeters above the ground. The body is walnut and doors painted orange. 

Silence, it pushes: which saw Stéphane Marie?

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The cuisine is open or closed?

Stéphane Marie: Great but independent. So closed. 

Flat unexpectedly on the go for your friends? Your specialty?

Stéphane Marie: A salad because there are all kinds and permanently in the garden. 

And on TV, what room?

Stéphane Marie: In the living room rather stashed. I prefer to see the fire (I did not say the watch). 

Are you living in music or rather in silence?

Stéphane Marie: Rather quietly, the music (currently Couperin for breakfast only). 

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Rather candle or rather fragrance?

Stéphane Marie: Candles. 

Curtains, doors, shutters? What does that inspire you?

Stéphane Marie: The curtains that I would not have ended up entering They are velvet and warm stone walls. The shutters and doors agonize me with the greatest possible light! 

What is on your bedside table?

Stéphane Marie: A lamp, a book! 

Do you dream of one more room?

Stéphane Marie: No. 

Instead ordered (e) or messy?

Stéphane Marie: Messy with great moments of remorse, so storage. 

Are you green plants, flowers, balcony, patio, garden?

Stéphane Marie: At first the plant is outside, except a Stephanotis and orchids. 

Silence, it pushes: which saw Stéphane Marie?

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Your addresses or trademarks favorites for the house?

Stéphane Marie: Resource for painting. The rest is according to my walks! 

You can find Stéphane Marie?

In " Silence it grows " he co-hosts with Noëlle Breham, his show weekly broadcast on France 5 on Wednesday at 21:35 and rebroadcast on Saturday at 10:15 and Sunday at 7:55 am and replay during the next five days. 

Go unprecedented: spring show, April 16, 2014 at 21:35 with a special " Do not panic " dedicated to the metamorphosis of the surroundings of a library, to make it an outdoor reading room.  

Facilitators of Silence, it grows? Stéphane Marie and Noëlle Bréham

Facilitators of Silence, it grows? Stéphane Marie and Noëlle Bréham

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