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To optimize the space offered by the room and especially to enjoy your family time, maximize the number of seats in different ways. The options are numerous: a three or five-seater sofa, armchairs on either side of the sofa, a large padded pouf to perch a few guests on during the evenings, ceramic stools or even small poufs as seating for extra.

 

In a family room, a play area is often appropriate if you have children. It is necessary to delimit this leisure space so that it does not invade the whole room. Create a dedicated nook with plenty of storage, kid-friendly furniture, and washable surfaces. Remember, however, that this place is part of the room! It is therefore important to match the style of this area with the decor of the rest of the room.

 

Whether it's for doing homework or working there for a few hours, a home office is becoming more and more common in the decor of family rooms. To create a functional but still casual workspace, convert a cute, narrow console table into a desk. You can place a pretty lamp there and slip in padded chairs to create a nice little decorative space that will blend in with the rest of the room.

 

To set up a work area that will be used on a daily basis, consider workstations along a wall or under the stairs, and install filing cabinets under the top to maximize storage.

The ultimate use of the family room, the TV nook is usually the heart of the room. Use the sofa or sectional as a "separator" element of the room, in order to delimit the different activity zones (play, work, etc.) Decorate this master element with colorful cushions, which can change with the seasons to reflect your tastes and moods.

 

The last zone (comfort zone), and not the least, is actually the whole room! No matter what activities family members do in the family room, it should be unequivocally comfortable, easy to live in and easy to store. The key words are therefore: easy-care surfaces, storage in all its forms and stylish accent colors only (to please rather than distract).

 

 

Different types of color for the living room:

 

black and white

Declined in a graphic and modern way, black and white are the star opposites for next spring. Combined with a myriad of bright or acid colors, this improbable duo is anything but boring. To refresh the decor of your living room, incorporate a black and white rug or a few decorative pillows for a very modern graphic touch.

 

Ocher yellow

Let's stick to the theme of colors with this trend reminiscent of the 70s. Rich and saturated, ocher yellow is a color that we must "dare" to integrate into our decor. Pair this golden hue with gray for a retro yet contemporary look, with purple for a glamorous and rich style or with wood textures for a more industrial and urban vibe.

 

blue and white

Not a year goes by without the nautical blue and white colors being on the trend map. In 2015, we will see this marriage of sea and sky given hues worthy of the Greek islands. Indigo, royal or cobalt, blue is electric, vibrant, saturated and brilliant. As an accent, on cushions with graphic or ethnic prints, the blue and white duo will add a touch of freshness to your decor. Also dare sea blue on the furniture, whether painted or covered with fabrics.

 

Geometric and deconstructed prints

A key trend in the catwalks, geometric and deconstructed prints are a nice evolution of the prints seen in past seasons. Take for example floral prints, which have been very popular for about two years. They are now being cut with scissors and then brought together to form more “edgy” and intriguing patterns. Ditto for geometric shapes, which today look like graffiti.

 

mint green

The color of sorbet and summer dresses, mint green has an unmistakably vintage connotation. Formerly seen both on the bodies of American cars and on the enamel of refrigerators, mint is now making its way to the living room! Pair it with gray and white for a restful and understated look, a new neutral of sorts, but also with red or navy for a modern nautical effect.

OPEN DAY

Wednesday, April 6, 2022 ​​​​

  • Open Day

  • Date: April 6, 2022

  • Hours: 10:00 - 17:00

  • Theme: ethics and professionalism in the hotel environment.

  • Place:  CFPF SORAWELL located in Essos near the ENEO agency

  • Telephone: (237) 673 754 798 / 694 389 562

WELCOMING HOME

January 11 - March 3, 2022

  • Price: 50,000 FCFA  

  • Date: Tuesdays and Thursdays

  • Hours: 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

  • Focus: Pastry

 

THIRD PERIOD OF CFPF TRAINING

March 14 - April 25, 2022 ​​​

  • Rotation: Monday March 14 

  • Easter holidays:   Friday 08 April (evening) to Monday 18 April  2022. 

  • Theoretical evaluation: Tuesday 19 to Friday 22 April  2022. 

  • Practical end-of-module assessment: Thursday 21 to  Monday April 25, 2022. 

  • Deadline for submitting theoretical notes and  practices : Monday, April 25, 2022.

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Je m’appelle Edwige Aimée, apprenante au CFPF Sorawell de 2002 à 2005. J’ai beaucoup apprécié mes années de formation, particulièrement l’ambiance de famille et la façon dont nous étions formées. Je me souviens que je recevais toujours des encouragements lorsque j’étais découragée, les monitrices étaient vraiment gentilles.

J’ai reçu à Sorawell la formation professionnelle mais aussi humaine et spirituelle. Cela m’a été d’un très grand apport dans ma vie professionnelle. J’ai connu Dieu à Sorawell et j’ai aussi appris à avoir confiance en moi. Je garde de très bons souvenirs de Sorawell.

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