Our natural decoration blog

Our ideas for the bathroom
  • Why choose Travertine for your bathroom?
  • Zen bathroom: the best decoration ideas
  • The wooden bathroom
  • 7 marble bathroom ideas
  • Designing a white marble bathroom: tips and tricks
  • Beige bathroom: the best decoration ideas and models
  • 10 ideas and inspirations for your bathroom in green
Our ideas for the living room
  • How to decorate a cocooning-style living room?
  • Green living room: ideas and inspirations for your living room
  • How to create and decorate a bohemian living room?
  • Decoration for a travertine living room: ideas and inspirations easy to adopt
  • What decorating ideas for your marble living room?
Our bedroom ideas
  • What decorating ideas for a room with stone?
  • How to decorate your marble bedroom?
  • Natural bedroom decoration: ideas and inspirations
  • How to decorate your Zen room?
  • 10 cocooning bedroom ideas: colors, decorative styles, accessories
  • Bohemian bedroom: decoration ideas and inspirations
About natural decoration
  • Biophilia in interior design
  • Wabi-sabi: how to adopt this simple and authentic style?
  • The origins of Natural Stones: Marble, Granite and Travertine
  • The Hypocaust: how an ancestral heating system works
  • Feng Shui: the main principles
  • The green wall guide: nature is finally coming to your home
a story that begins in the heart of the Jura

The search for natural heat

Nature lovers, we often venture into the mountains and spend a lot of time with it.
It was during a winter hike in the wilderness that we came up with an idea. After an intense effort, we decided to take a break on a cliff to watch the sunset.

As we sat down on the stone, we noticed that a gentle warmth emanated from the rock. The rock on which we sat had stored the sun's rays for long hours and was now gradually emitting the heat it had stored with the sun's rays.

This heat challenged us. As electricians and heating engineers, we had sold many types of heating over the past decades. But none of them gave off a warmth as soft and pleasant as this stone on which we were sitting.

The idea began to germinate in our heads: why not design an electric heater that emits such gentle heat? At the time, we had studied many types of heating and produced a multitude of prototypes. They were all very efficient but we did not find this warmth so soft. It was then that we came up with the idea of ​​an electric heater that is 100% natural stone.

By integrating an electric resistance in the heart of the stone, we find again this so soft heat: the Natural Heat.