Baskets are making a major comeback in modern home decor. They are functional, versatile, full of character, and able to make a home ultra homey. Even better, you can leave a basket almost anywhere in a room without making it look out of place - it just blends seamlessly into the surroundings.
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Furoshiki are traditionally used in Japan to wrap and carry goods. Originated in the Nara period in the 8th century, the Furoshiki practice is now adopted by eco-conscious consumers around the world as a sustainable alternative to plastic bags and wrapping paper. Learn how to wrap with Furoshiki in this bog post!
Heavily influenced by 1970’s design, this style incorporates natural elements and colorful, layered textiles that bring a casual, collected feel to any room. That’s why we reached out to the experts from Toronto to Sacramento to help homeowners achieve the boho-chic design they’ve always wanted.
Japanese towels are consistently rated amongst the best towels in the world, but industry jargon and lack of transparency can make them tricky to navigate for beginners. Here is a guide to picking the perfect Japanese towel, from the most absorbent fabrics to the craftsmanship details to look for.