Where does Maya Lauqué live, the host of "La Quotidienne" on France 5?

Where does Maya Lauqué live, the host of "La Quotidienne" on France 5?

Where does Maya Lauqué live, the host of "La Quotidienne" on France 5?

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Young mother of a little boy, Maya Lauqué, the host of "La Quotidienne" on France 5, received us at home, in the heart of Paris Canaille.Visit and interview in complete privacy in her living room: her little dinner corner.

Après huit ans d'info sur i-Télé et Canal+, l'animatrice Maya Lauqué a rejoint France 5 pour animer l'émission de consommation "La Quotidienne", en duo avec Thomas Isle. Entre cabinet de curiosités et bohème chic, il se dégage de son appartement parisien un cachet unique. Et pour cause : un artiste peintre du XIXe y a vécu ! Où vit Maya Lauqué, l'animatrice de Où vit Maya Lauqué, l'animatrice de

It all started with the photo of the little ad: Maya knew that it was here that she wanted to settle with her little family, despite the constraints of such a place.Fitted in the old reception rooms, the interior is distributed around an entrance and four large parts.If it is not easy to arrange as much to say that it is a place of character with a soul: there are still a few wall paintings and certain decoration elements.Color, woodwork...A unique atmosphere and the taste of another era.

Your favorite room where you like to be and spend time?

Maya Lauqué: I feel good in the living room, coiled in my corner sofa: it's my little den.I like the wall behind the sofa that is all in woodwork, it gives a chalet side.In winter, I can also have the fireplace snore.I work the computer on my knees and I read most often here.As my little boy starts to gallop, I also have it at an eye.I have often lived in small surfaces and like an animal, I needed a little corner where I took refuge with a plaid...

Your furniture: rather modern, ultra design, family, broc '?

Maya Lauqué: in the same way as this apartment has a soul, I have nothing new.All our cabinets, shelves...have been shot on garage sales in Paris or in the provinces when you go on weekends.My darling even recovered furniture in the street.What I like is to learn the family history that hides behind each object.Thus, I bought a bench that serves me as an extra bed on the Bon Coin website: the owner explained to me that she had belonged to her great-grandmother and how sad she was toto separate.

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The most unusual or unexpected that can be discovered at home?

Maya Lauqué: My vallauris ceramics: these are kitsch bedside lamps from the 1950s, in the shape of molds or fish.I have a good ten, stored in the window of a secretary.A viewer offered me a recently.

An object or furniture from which you could not separate?

Maya Lauqué: Perhaps a trunk that follows me from moving to moving.In fact, I learned the detachment because as a child, I moved nine times while staying in the same city: my parents had Bougeotte.As for me, I lived a dozen, over my life and work changes!By force of things, I learned to free myself from objects and to adapt.Only my books follow me and serve me benchmarks.

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Your favorite color in your interior?

Maya Lauqué: The warm colors dominate: Cozy atmosphere so.It's more a winter apartment.The walls are white in the living room but there are ceiling paintings;In my room, they are dark blue...In the end, the only very clear piece is that of my son.

Your latest purchase - useful or futile!- for the House ?

Maya Lauqué: I am looking for an oval or round coffee table for the living room: I want to prevent my son from being injured because the one we have in corners.I have been trying to hunt it for several months but in vain, so I go on the internet...Usually I prefer garage sales because I like the relationship with individuals.

The kitchen, rather open or closed?

Maya Lauqué: it is a closed kitchen with a very fanciful retro decor.Welcoming and functional, it is spacious enough to dine our friends there.Everything is apparent and therefore a little "crazy".We have installed large shelves with jars for the whole current grocery store: rice, pasta, flour, sugar...There is a piece of furniture to store the pots and utensils.Finally the pretty old pieces - plates, vases of my great grandmother - have found a place in several niches.

An unexpected dish on the go for your friends?Your specialty?

Maya Lauqué: Objectively, it is not my radius but rather that of my darling which prepares vegetable planks with coarse salt, and above all, he perfectly masters the cooking of meats.I reserve the desserts: my specialty being the apple or apricot crumble that I serve with ice.But I cook every day for my son, only organic with a lot of old vegetables (Jerusalem artichoke, Rutabaga, etc..))

And TV, in which room?

Maya Lauqué: there is one in the living room and another in the bedroom which was planned only to watch films but in the end we use very little.

Do you live in music or rather in silence?

Maya Lauqué: I live with a musician...So I have a rather life in music!

Rather candle or rather room fragrance?

Maya Lauqué: I love the candles especially those with figs, sandalwood, tea, cashmere...Having devoted a program a few months ago, on the subject, I learned that it was not great for health because of combustion...Since then, I have been trying to have a slightly more reasonable consumption.In terms of light, artificial candles are "stunning" and very pleasant, especially when you have young children.

Curtains, doors, shutters?What inspires you?

Maya Lauqué: It is an essential accessory for the opposite: in our room, we chose black blackout curtains, matching the doors.Open and close the curtain is my son's big game right now!

What do you find on your bedside table?

Maya Lauqué: a bottle of water, my glasses, a hand cream, an orange bedside lamp but especially books!I am not a very regular reader but I have phases where I will read compulsively...I read all genres: tests, thrillers, political books, novels...They are my refuge and I have the love of this object.At the moment, I read "the prohibited flesh" by Diane Ducret.I would also like to have a piece covered with books and that it overflows.

A decor or storage tip?

Maya Lauqué: I'm not very manual but I have DIY desires!I will also buy a sewing machine.I just chosen a fabric coupon at the Saint-Pierre, white and orange market.He will use me to "customize" and modernize an old Norman wardrobe, fairly massive to replace the broken mirror.I will repaint it in clear and then dress it with this fabric.

Do you dream of an additional room?If so, for what use?

Maya Lauqué: I already have the more room: it is a bow-waindow.It is a very small charming place that inspires me but for the moment, it serves as a storage room.I can set up an office or a small workshop to write and draw.I would love to decorate it as a cabinet of curiosities.

Rather orderly or messy?

Maya Lauqué: I have storage attacks but I can be overflowed.I put away and then I feel better.I am the victim of a somewhat busy apartment but I like my bazaar.

Are you green plants, flowers, balconies, terrace, garden?

Maya Lauqué: a bouquet brings poetry and fantasy in an interior and it puts me in a good mood.I am lucky to have a darling that offers me.In fact, I am even more zero in gardening than in the kitchen but I would like to learn, especially since I am lucky to receive each week, Alain Baraton, the chief gardener of the Versailles estate, who is a columnist inmy show.

Your addresses or favorites for the house (shopping, decoration, florist, etc..)))?

Maya Lauqué: except for candles with the Fleux store in the Marais (www.flux.com)), je n'ai pas d'adresses en particulier car j'aime farfouiller dans les vide-greniers et trouver des objets qui parlent...And tell a story.

Where to find Maya Lauqué?

On France 5, Monday to Friday at 11:45 am in the program "La Quotidienne".