He has just opened rue Gambetta. This new half-decoration, half-design store is part of this new concept of “local and eco-responsible fact”. Fabienne Palomar and Mathias Marty are mother and son; they suffered the side effects of the Covid and found themselves leaving their jobs at Airbus. She should instead open a delicatessen and he wanted to be creative in clothes. Finally a consensus was found on the purchase and sale of all decorative objects for interior and exterior: tableware, tableware, ceramics, home accessories, furniture, posters, stationery items. … All from Occitanie. Hence also the name of their sign which invites curiosity: Que fas? (which could correspond to “what are we selling here?”)
In fact, the supply is very eclectic, as Fabienne explains. “This can range from our wide range of fragrant candles to toiletries or household cleaning products and we favor emerging brands that are still French and mostly from Occitanie”. Randomly on the shelves, there is a cooler made from sheep’s wool from the Lot or beauty products from the Cévennes made from chestnuts; longer, these are toothbrushes in recyclable wood or cork or scallop, while the toothpaste is made in Toulouse, and stoneware ceramics are Toulouse. And Mathias concludes “Our wish is to have a shop that looks like us, open to local artists whom we want to promote and exhibit more widely.