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Welcome to the Curver Storage blog! There we discuss organisation, storage, décor ideas, suggestions and tips, recipes and pets. Are you looking for solutions to all your storage problems? Décor trends? A new recipe? Would you appreciate suggestions and tips to make your daily organisation and storage easier, or help with training your dog? You’ve come to the right place! On the Curver blog we help you to organise your home better and to optimise space through articles and videos. You will also have exclusive access to our news and the advice of our associate expert bloggers, who share their suggestions and tips for Curver, as well as all their décor ideas and their advice on pets. Enjoy your visit!

ORGANIZE YOUR OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE DOCUMENTS

I consider that your filing system is up-to-date if you are able to find any document in less than 50 seconds. Seem impossible? This is because you are lacking a few tips and tricks. Here they are   What you need You will need 3 letter trays a notebook or a task manager on your […]

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Bathing your pet: a good idea or not? And how can you do it?

Giving your cat or dog a bath can sometimes be very useful. It is an important hygiene issue which affects their well-being as well as yours.   Bath your dog Bathing your dog from time to time is advisable: it removes any accumulated dirt. However, bathing your dog too regularly is bad for their skin; […]

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Courgette and tomato tart

Ingredients : 1 sheet puff pastry 8 to 10 cherry tomatoes 2 courgettes ½ small can tomato coulis 2 balls mozzarella ½ bunch basil Salt and pepper, olive oil   Heat the oven to 180°C Fit the puff pastry into a greased pie dish. Prick the pastry with a fork. Pour the half can of tomato […]

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Fresh spaghetti, Parma ham and rocket salad

  Ingredients Spaghetti: 300g Parma ham : 4 slices Rocket leaves : 100 g Red pepper : 1 Red onion : 1 Bundle green asparagus : 1 feta cheese :  200g Olive oil : 3 tablespoons Cook the spaghetti in plenty of boiling salted water for 11 minutes. Drain, add a tablespoon of olive oil […]

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Pancakes

Ingredients: Eggs:  2 Plain flour : 250 g Baking powder   : 1 sachet Milk: 30 ml Butter: 50 g Sucre vanillé : 2 sachets Vanilla sugar: 20 g Sunflower oil to grease the frying pan   Method In a large bowl mix together the flour, baking powder, sugar and vanilla sugar. In a saucepan melt […]

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I’m travelling with my pet: what to pack in its suitcase?

When a dog or cat has the luck to go on holiday with its owner, it too has to pack its bags. Here are the essentials that should not be forgotten!   1 – Food and water Even on holiday, it’s best not to change your pet’s habits. So remember to take with you the […]

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Raspberry and vanilla cupcakes

Ingredients :    Makes about 12 cupcakes Flour: 120 g Ground almonds : 50 g Eggs : 3 Butter : 150 g Sugar : 140 g Teaspoon baking powder : 1 Teaspoon vanilla essence : 1 Fresh raspberries : 125 g Silicone or paper cup cake cases and a metal muffin tin Icing: Philadelphia cream cheese […]

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Dog bedding: how to choose it and where to put it?

The basket is to the dog what the bed is to us: it is something indispensable. It is important therefore to choose it well and place it in the right spot. The dog is a very sociable animal and generally likes to follow its master everywhere. That said, dogs need a space that is just […]

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How to be fair with your dog?

The notion of fairness doesn’t exist in the canine world. It’s a human construct. For the dog, relations are defined in terms of well-being, felt partly in the presence of others (humans or animals) and partly with respect to the environment. But as masters, how do we know if we are “fair” with our dog? […]

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How to organise the entrance?

For many families, the organisation of the entrance is a real conundrum. Everyone goes through it several times a day, and if we don’t take care it is soon a mess. A badly designed cupboard, a narrow space, and everything gets worse! How to arrange your entrance to avoid a nervous breakdown?

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Homemade Vanilla Marshmallows

  Since I learnt how to make marshmallows, there’s no stopping me. They are very easy to prepare and keep perfectly in Grand Chef Cube containers. You can make them in a variety of ways. I make them in the classic American style – plump and round – but you can also make them with […]

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The 6 rules for tidying that lasts over time

Maybe you have noticed that some of your attempts at tidying up seem destined to fail. It works for a day or two, then progressively the mess returns. Discouraging. Don’t let it get the better of you:  The 6 rules for tidying that I suggest can be applied to papers and to clothes, not forgetting […]

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How to entertain an indoor cat?

In nature, the cat is a solitary animal whose main occupation consists in searching for food. But domestic cats don’t need to go hunting to fill up their bowls. For this reason, their activity is considerably reduced. It is therefore up to us, humans, to find out how to entertain them to make up for […]

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Warm potato and bacon salad

Ingredients: Serves 4   400g new potatoes 125g smoked diced bacon 2 sticks celery 6 sprigs chervil 4 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon sherry vinegar 1 tablespoon maple syrup Salt and pepper   Wash the potatoes but do not remove the skins. Immerse them in cold salted water and bring to the boil in a […]

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New trends in interior design for 2017

For this new year, certain major trends that already appeared in 2016 will step up to become real guidelines for the decoration of our interiors.  Whether it concerns colours, materials or even a style itself, the trends are there to inspire and guide us in our choices. Careful however to use them with subtlety, to […]

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Chocolate chip cookies

Ingredients: 180g flour 1 level teaspoon baking powder 100g slightly salted butter 125g Demerara sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla essence 100g chocolate chips   Heat the oven to 180 °C. Take the butter out of the fridge at least 1 hour before you start, so that it has softened sufficiently; or else microwave it […]

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