Tropical Decor Accessories(26 items)
Welcome to the Tropical Decor Accessories Collection at NOVICA.
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Beautiful bathroom set in green ceramic
I love this beautiful bathroom set in green ceramic with that yellow flower. I have other green ceramic pieces from Novica too. I love their sage green color and the nature designs. They make me feel the tranquility and beauty of nature in my home.
I collect journals, especially unique ones, and I also collect bird figurines in pottery, ceramic and glass and bird paintings. The kingfisher is one of my favorites because it is so colorful. Artisan Asha Prabha has done a masterful job with this handmade paper journal. The back cover reproduces an antique postcard.
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Handmade Paper Journal with 48 Pages, "Kingfisher Memoirs"$24.95
A kingfisher and a blossoming flower appear in the midst of a text, seemingly interrupting the free-flow of ideas with a beauty that garners admiration. The back of the handcrafted journal replicates an ancient postcard. The screen printed images are bordered by olive green cotton, including the ribbon. From Asha Prabha, the journal features 48 pages of blank handmade paper.
Putumayo Afro-Caribbean Party Music CD, "Afro-Caribbean Party"
'Afro-Caribbean Party' is a collection that celebrates the incredible power of the African-influenced music of the Caribbean! The Caribbean has long been the source of some of the most impactful music in human history and its diverse styles are the result of 500 years of blending African, European and indigenous cultures in the Americas. The songs on 'Afro-Caribbean Party' represent many different aspects of the irresistible dance music of Spanish, French and Anglo-Caribbean.
Putumayo Cafe Latino Music CD, "Café Latino"
Putumayo returns to its Latin American roots to begin its 20th anniversary celebrations with the release of 'Café Latino', which features leading singer-songwriters from Latin America and Spain. Most of the artists featured on this collection grew up listening to Latin America’s Nueva Cancion (New Song) movement, a hallmark revolution in music that reached its peak in the politically turbulent era of the 1960’s and 70’s. Others were exposed to American folk, pop and jazz either at home or in their travels abroad. All contribute to a musically rich mix of sound that reflects the heritage of their homelands.