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Hey Camel Ceramics!

October 8, 2017 6

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ceramics, Hey Camel Ceramics, pottery, handmade ceramics, home decor

I don’t have to explain and highlight the virtues of the internet. The web enables us to connect ourselves with likeminded people and creatives across the globe. One of those creative connections is ‘Hey Camel Ceramics’. This ceramics studio is located in Saigon (actually Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam, and boosts with beautiful handmade ceramics.…

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Learning Finnish With Iittala

June 14, 2015 9

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Iittala, Finnish Design, Plektra, Ineke Hans

Finland is a special country. Whenever I think of Finland I have various thoughts going through my mind: I remember the student exchange program at the university in Helsinki. I think of my Finnish friends and of saunas, old Nokia mobile phones and a pretty weird language that is Finnish.…

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For The Potter In You: Ceramics Crush

August 8, 2014 0

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Urte Tylaite, Still House, via Latte Lisa Blog Whenever I start a little makeover in my apartment I happen to wonder how many ceramic pieces I’ve collected over time. And I also recall how much I love ceramics, especially those handmade, one-of-a-kind pieces.…

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Happy Interior Blog Recommends…

April 16, 2014 0

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My current interior design cravings encompass blue, grey and natural hues, weathered surfaces, wood and leather, round and organic shapes, ombré shades on hometextiles. Add my beloved houseplants to that mix and I am all happy and content. Now, the homeware section of French Connection UK seems to be catering to my cravings in a freakily perfect way!…

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Happily Ever After: Atelier Stella

January 25, 2013 0

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Ceramicists are real artists. They take a piece of clay, work with their hands and magically transform the bulky piece of raw material into art pieces. Gems that we love to expose in our homes and gardens. The miraculous combination of nature, human power and workmanship are the key ingredients to an art so worldly yet perfectly divine.…

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