MADE IN ITALY
Traditional Italian ceramics come in variety of styles, aligned with the traditions and heritage in the region or even the city where it was made.
Each of them is still handmade and, of course, hand painted by the artists who pass their skills and experience from one generation to the next.
Deruta collection can trace their design elements to the Renaissance period, when Deruta town was the centre of Italian ceramics manufacturing.
Such unique ceramics are a great way to add character to your home and kitchens. And thanks to the design elements meaning well-being or fortune it can also be a great gift with an interesting story to tell.
This boutique is mostly dedicated to our US customers as prices include import fees and we can guarantee fast delivery times from the warehouse in IL.
Natural cork yoga mats are a perfect alternative to traditional mats most people use. It is amazing – soft to touch, naturally antibacterial, not slippery even when really wet, and good for the environment.
Unique hammock handmade by a passionate young couple from the woody French region of Neuvic La Correze. It has a very different design that can be a focal point in any home. Surprisingly comfy too.
MADE IN PORTUGAL
What started as a toy-making exercise for her own baby daughter is now a reason why thousands of babies swing happily worldwide too. As an indoor activity toy for babies, it is a great way to keep your little one busy and happy while ensuring that it does not crawl into danger.
Inês, the founder and the former TV expert in nutrition, is passionate about the safety and usage of quality fabric. She carefully selects her suppliers in the north of Portugal – a place known for its quality textile industry.
These baby swings are made in Portugal to the high CE standards and what truly sets them apart is their unique designs – Inês gets inspiration from travelling and her life as a mom of two young kids.
This seems like an amusing fun gift idea for all babies. Who wouldn't love to swing, after all?
MADE IN DENMARK
Povl initially designed and made his first rocking sheep as a gift to his niece 40 years ago. It turned out to be a life-changer, as slowly it became more and more, eventually making him leave his full-time job as a professional woodcarver and focus on making rocking toys for kids.
Inspiration for rocking sheep design came from Povl's days growing up on the farm. He felt somewhat disappointed that kids don't get the countryside experience of interacting with animals. Although they really like it – you can see it every time they go to petting farms.
Each sheep is hand made by using natural sheepskin that comes in short and long hair. Toddlers really like clutching that wool while rocking away. It is easy to wash and will last generations – Povl regularly renews this toy for grown-up kids starting their own families.
It is an amazing gift for the toddlers, as well as for their parents. It is a private space, a playground, pool for a kids, and a way to free up their hands for their parents. Surely, it is a long lasting source of fun!
Natural wood plates for those tiny, messy fingers. It is a great way to let them eat with their hands and keep things tidy. These plates (or mini food trays) come in bunny or kitty shape – pretty and playful.
MADE IN LITHUANIA
Linen is growing in popularity thanks to its unique texture and properties. But in Lithuania, it has been the joy and pride of the nation from ancient times.
There were even pagan gods associated with the flax plant (the flower used with produce linen fibres) and songs dedicated to its glory.
The experience of growing and turning it into comfy and ecological linen bedding, table covers, towels and clothing is a well-preserved art here.
We especially appreciated stonewashed and muted colours that will add a touch of magic to any bedroom. Its texture is somewhat different from cotton, and you will definitely notice a difference.
As you might know, linen is naturally antibacterial thanks to its fast drying properties and will feel comfortable in all seasons.
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