an online french brocante.

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i came across this wonderful online french brocante, Le Grenier de Ninon — the perfect sort of place if there’s not a flea market or thrift shop around. just hop on their site and you’ll find beautiful treasures, like this vintage barber’s mirror, or a beautiful slate gray crocheted blanket, lovingly washed and cared for. of course, all the objects... 
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make mine moroccan.

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have you ever been to morocco? it’s high on my list of places i must visit, but until i get myself there, i often drop into mui ma* for a little fix. i imagine shopping the street bazaars in marrakech to be one of life’s big adventures, and mui ma* does an outstanding job of it for me. i’ve long been a fan of their amazing pom pom bed throws (i just ordered... 
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ground beneath my feet.

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these are just the prettiest, and quite possibly the best styled rugs i’ve seen in some time. talk about a magic carpet ride! brought to you by OYYO, these original dhurrie rugs are handwoven by a community of craftspeople near india’s blue city, jodhpur and are uniquely made of 100% organic cotton and vivid vegetable dyes derived from local plants. OYYO’s... 
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non-perishable goods.

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i hadn’t checked in to see what non-perishable goods had been up to lately, so it seemed high time i did. never to disappoint, designer shay carrillo has created a plethora of new and beautiful textiles just waiting for us to take home and cherish. with a background in fashion styling, art direction and photo production, shay created non-perishable goods in her own backyard,... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Can one have a windowsill of their dreams? If so, then this is the one. 2. Two Japanese homeware companies strike perfect harmony when MUJI meets IDEE. 3. Slow down in style with Primoeza, a Melbourne-based garment label. 4. Pennyweight goes about her morning routine in pared-down pieces by Elizabeth Suzann. 5. This Japanese-inspired,... 
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