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studio mitsu

Mitsu, Japanese for light, is the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible. At Studio Mitsu, they believe that lighting up your life can be done with extra aesthetic value. Cherish the special moments in life and create everlasting memories with your loved ones within the warm ambiance of Mitsu’s handmade design candles.

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Frama is a multi-disciplinary design brand that creates lifestyle objects that inspire the senses and encourage mindful living.

With an emphasis on natural materials, simple geometries, and uncompromising quality, Frama’s work connects the imaginative with the practical, resulting in a uniquely warm and honest aesthetic.

The Danish brand returns to basics by creating objects with an honest and pure look and a natural finish. Frama uses natural oak and produces in Europe.

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lemon poppy tea

Lemon Poppy brings you eco-friendly, organic herbal teas from the peaceful heights of Albania’s mountains to warm your heart and soul.

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Being completely in awe of the world around us, Tamasine (founder of BOKETO art) is forever inspired by raw materials, craftsmanship, and the pure beauty of nature. Tamasine also loves to create a warm and cozy atmosphere. She believes that art plays a big role in this, bringing a space together and making it complete. Some may call it styling, others may call it attention to detail, but Tamasine likes to think of art as a story.⁣

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sensitive boy ceramics

Sensitive Boy Ceramics is owned and operated by Julia Saldaña, an artist and potter from Boston and now living in Amsterdam

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almond in a glass

Almond in a glass ceramics are made in Amsterdam by Carly Wollaert, using wheel throwing and handbuilding techniques.

Carly has been under the spell of the craft of ceramics since 2019, addicted to the freedom of being able to create almost anything she’d like by turning clay into a vessel. Hours fly by when she gets into a meditative state of throwing or handbuilding.

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