Passionate about the use of space and the enhancement of the surroundings, enchanted by colours, and appreciative of materials, Véronique DELHAY PERARD had always wanted to work in the world of fabrics.
She started out with a diploma in upholstery and decoration, she then opened up to home staging and enriched her diploma with a degree in window dressing for social or professional events.
Slowly but surely she moved into the world of professional events giving her the maturity and experience allowing her to spread her own wings : Project Manager in a textiles shop at the beginning of her career she went on to become Purchasing Manager, Véronique then marketed products whilst taking on window dressing for shops at the same time.
All these involvements allowed her to meet, share and enrich her experience through many people. Bit by bit new abilities were acquired notably in sales during her career as an employee.
All these years of meetings gave here the desire in April 2004, to create her own business. Since then, Véronique has created her own prestigious address book as she accompanies her clients through their various construction or renovation projects.
Véronique is constantly on the look-out for new projects, and is meeting new clients every day, both in France and abroad.
When it comes to getting a quote, Véronique goes to the site in order to get to know the context and the atmosphere. She is a jungle of ideas when it comes to mural decoration, accessory furniture, lighting etc...
Her desire is to improve your day-to-day life, cultivating your comfort or your client's comfort. She takes into account your lifestyle and will create a homey atmosphere to fit in with who you are.
Véronique offers customized or serial products, respecting your budget.
As for bedding, DELHAY DECORS works with a French factory. The factory will produce customised bedding for you and will deliver directly on-site. Respecting sustainably development, the factory will take your old bedding off of your hands in order to recycle the materials.
The textile realizations of this site were made with care with the collaboration of the owners of the site Stéphane Beauvivre and Jérôme Bidault and the architect Christophe Bachmann.