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Green Home Book: Styling plants the scandinavian way Styling Susanna Vento | photography ©Riikka Kantikoski

Green Home Book: Styling plants the scandinavian way Styling Susanna Vento | photography ©Riikka Kantikoski

Pippa looked radiant at the Coronation Festival yesterday. She had styled her hair into elegant beachy waves

Pippa looked radiant at the Coronation Festival yesterday. She had styled her hair into elegant beachy waves

Boucherouite rugs are made with dyed recycled textiles and are truly colorful creations! Because of their amazing splashes of color, boucherouite rugs make me think of impressionist art but they also seem very graphic and modern as if they were made by contemporary graphic designers! Each and...

Boucherouite rugs are made with dyed recycled textiles and are truly colorful creations! Because of their amazing splashes of color, boucherouite rugs make me think of impressionist art but they also seem very graphic and modern as if they were made by contemporary graphic designers! Each and...

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19 Online Shops for awesome Moroccan & Turkish Rugs - The Golden Girl

19 Online Shops for awesome Moroccan & Turkish Rugs - The Golden Girl

DIY copper plant stands mixed with a pale pink sofa and clean white walls

DIY copper plant stands mixed with a pale pink sofa and clean white walls

Contemporary, simple, stylish #living #bedbathntable

Contemporary, simple, stylish #living #bedbathntable

half circle mirror

half circle mirror

VINTAGE MOROCCAN BOUCHEROUITE RUG // THE JUNO the word boucherouite comes from a moroccan-arabic phrase meaning torn and reused clothing. in the 1960s, as people began to move away from a nomadic way of life, materials like wool and cotton were becoming scarce. berber women began weaving rag rugs from found textiles and remnants of clothing, striving to make something functional, yet beautiful. we love the idea of celebrating the stories and the lives woven in these reused rags. today…

VINTAGE MOROCCAN BOUCHEROUITE RUG // THE JUNO the word boucherouite comes from a moroccan-arabic phrase meaning torn and reused clothing. in the 1960s, as people began to move away from a nomadic way of life, materials like wool and cotton were becoming scarce. berber women began weaving rag rugs from found textiles and remnants of clothing, striving to make something functional, yet beautiful. we love the idea of celebrating the stories and the lives woven in these reused rags. today…