I was reading an article about French super-star decorator Jean-Louis Deniot when I came upon a word that I did not know, décalquer (day-kal-kay). The context was “Je ne vais pas décalquer la même chose à chaque fois,” or “I am not going to trace the same thing each time.” I appreciate Deniot’s approach to décor. When I flip through décor magazines, I sometimes wonder what happened to the personalities of the owners. Deniot’s interiors are refreshingly distinctive from one another. To learn more about him, or to find some ideas to décalquer for your own home, check out this new book from Rizzoli, Jean-Louis Deniot Interiors.