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Inspiration board for a bohemian kid’s playroom

With the whole issue of the pandemic and children from many countries taking virtual classes, it makes us as parents forget the line that separates the classes themselves from the playtime (playroom) that is also necessary for our little ones. Today we bring you an inspiration board to redecorate your kid’s playroom with a color palette focused on red and green. Red…

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Etsy Christmas gift ideas for 2020

There is so little left for Christmas, and what better way to encourage artists and craftspeople than by choosing their handmade gift ideas, which are unique pieces with a lot of spiritual value? Etsy is my platform of choice when directly choosing arts and crafts from the world for my house, especially now that the idea of organizing a long trip…

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Cusco craftsmanship as part of my cultural identity

As an Andean and Quechua-speaking woman from the Yanacocha community in Chinchero (Cusco), I have always wondered about the meaning of cultural identity. According to Jaime Fisher, it is the sense of belonging to a specific social group it differentiates us from others. All this is shown in the ethnic groups, languages, beliefs, customs, festivals, rituals, and ceremonies, thus manifesting lifestyles and…

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What visitors are looking for in a holiday home

What do people look for in a holiday home? Somewhere they can rent out to get away from it all and enjoy the best things life has to offer. Because when you have the perfect cocktail of holiday home potential, you need to hold onto it, and refine it, because it could make you a lot of money in the…

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5 tips to match your decor to your home style

The style of your home should have a major impact on the decor you use to create a stunning interior design. Whether you live in a ranch, Colonial, Victorian, or contemporary style property, using the architecture to inform your design choices can lead to fantastic outcomes and spectacular interior design. With this in mind, take a look at these top…

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Finding Your Design Style

Decorating your home can seem stressful, especially if you don’t know where to start. Conflicting ideas in your head or mismatched pieces you have collected over the years can add to your confusion. Here are some simple steps you can take to find your design style. Social Media We save images and ideas on social media platforms like Pinterest and Instagram for…

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Most popular Peruvian crafts during festivities of the year

We are close to the end of the year and only two months away from preparing for Christmas. It recalled the different festivities celebrated throughout the year in my country Peru, and how crafts are part of some of them. Each region has traditions and festivities, making them easily recognizable throughout the country. It is their crafts that we intend…

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An original color palette for Fall 2020

Fall 2020 is already here in the northern hemisphere, and the trees are already offering us that magical show of colors here in Denmark. A color palette between ocher, yellow and red, but what if we add a little turquoise? I love the pumpkin in that color! Fall Berries and branches Otomi decorative pillow 100% Pure Royal Alpaca throw in…

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Design trends at Nordic fair Formland: during and after the pandemic

Design fair Formland was the first physical fair to take place during the pandemic in the Scandinavian countries. To be more exact, here in Denmark. It takes place in Herning, on the Danish peninsula, just 30 km from my home. I decided to visit it as I usually do almost every year. The pandemic and quarantine have been the reason for the…

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Chulucanas pottery, ancient techniques, and unique style

Chulucanas pottery is handmade in the district of the same name, located in the province of Morropón, department of Piura, on the north coast of Peru. These ceramics are identified by the elements they use, such as clay, mango leaves, sand, and the warm climate of the country’s north, as well as the use of traditional techniques and tools from the…

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