Browsing Category : Tradition

Halloween wreaths for this 31

Halloween wreaths for this 31


We are so close to Halloween, and you still don’t have the wreath for the door of your house? Terrific wreaths, perfect for that night of October 31, are handcrafted by creatives on the Etsy platform. Terrifying or cute, but very ingenious, choose your favorite.

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Subscription boxes with handicrafts from around the world


In this blog, we love every handmade product even more if it has a tradition. In today’s world, with new technologies, we have so much within our reach with just one click from a web page. In this way, traveling to have world handicrafts at home is unnecessary. Here is a list of subscription boxes for handmade lovers and global…

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Cultural heritage and textiles in Chinchero, Cusco


After a few years, I traveled to my dear country Peru with my little Thiago to visit the family and Cusco with my mother. During those four days in Cusco, we learned more about our culture and its traditional fabrics at the Apu Antasaqa Artisanal Association. This association is located in the district of Chinchero in the province of Urubamba, which is…

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Visiting Ruraq Maki during the National Holidays in Peru


Today is July 28, a special date for Peruvians as we celebrate another year of our Independence. What a better occasion to appreciate our craftsmanship. But we cannot value our heritage if we don’t have a knowledge of our tradition and the work behind each artisanal piece and the history of artisan communities.For this reason, Alexandra, our blog interior designer,…

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Let yourself be captivated by the Beni Ouarain rugs


Morocco is a country with a lot of traditions and cultural diversity. For that reason, its cultural and artistic manifestations are very recognized all over the world. And for us who are lovers of decoration and a house that reflects our trips and adventures with pieces from around the world, we could not miss writing about these textiles in the…

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Collections: Masks with a lot of tradition


Masks can create different sensations, could be surprise, intrigue or fear, I think they don’t go unnoticed by anyone. Even for the little ones! They are around the world, but in this blog, we like those that are part of millenary cultures and that have a lot of tradition. And it is increasingly common to see them decorating houses in…

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Easter eggs with so much art and tradition


We are already one step away from celebrating Easter, and although each country has its traditions and culture, the design created around Easter eggs has left me speechless. Even in some countries, these Easter eggs are displayed in museums and other countries. Are you interested in knowing which countries developed these beauties? Here we go with the list: Slovenia The…

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Original pieces to decorate your gallery wall


Do you have a wall in your living room or dining room and want to decorate it with the paintings you already have, but don’t know where to start? In this post we gave you some steps to create a gallery wall. Do you want to add some special details to that gallery wall? Here in the blog we love…

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Pablo Amaringo : paintings and visions of the Amazon jungle


Pablo Amaringo (1942-2009) was a traditional healer or shaman, artist, art teacher and founder of an arts school, born in the Peruvian Amazonia. His works are unique and well known because they were elaborated through visions of ayahuasca and the song of icaros (shamanic melodies). Do you know what ayahuasca is? Here I tell you a little. Ayahuasca is a traditional…

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