Marie Uzeel is in her thirties, mother of two delightful little boys. But that’s not all. Mary has already had the privilege of living a thousand adventures in her (young) life. After studying business and starting her professional life in the world of luxury, a wine estate in the Bordeaux region required her full attention. But the call of her first passion, decoration, grew louder. Marie had to face the facts: she had to make a start. Back in Paris, where luck and chance encounters make amazing things happen. Isabelle Moltzer was introduced to her. It was friendly love at first sight, and the wise Parisienne took her new dear friend under her wing. She shaped her, guided her and helped her find her way. Today, Marie is at the helm of her own business. The eponymous company and location: Maison Marie Uzeel. A dream come true for the woman who has been surrounded by fabric samples and paint cans since she was a child, and whose first aesthetic experience dates back to her discovery of the works of the French pastellist Pierre Skira. This is undoubtedly the origin of her predilection for the worlds of contrasts and dark colours that she now combines in her interior designs, as she does here at home. At Levallois-Perret, Marie has allowed herself to indulge her love of furniture with a story behind it, and which has only one thing in common: it is all in the same place at the same time. The result is harmonious and original, and sprinkled with wallpaper and smiles on glossy paper.