Spring Shabby Chic(69 items)
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Featured Reviews on Spring Shabby Chic
beautiful vintage like box
the box is very beautiful. a little larger than i expected which is good of course. (although i did know the measurements at the time of purchase). most important in reality it is more beautiful than what appears on the website. i am very pleased with my purchase.
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.
Absolutely Loving my coasters
I have been collecting elephants for the past 6 years or so. I recently got a new dining table and felt something was missing. This absolutely does it, I love it so much and I am so happy that we get to see and use them at meal times. The design is beautiful, I would like to give thanks to Gulam Rasool for creating such an amazing piece of art and sharing it with us. Now we have a little piece from him too.
Popular Spring Shabby Chic
Fair Trade Embroidered Foot Stool from India, "Floral Fauna"$97.99
A peacock, elephants and a bluebird parade under a florid star in the design of this foot stool from India's Ganpat Mehta. The colorful composition is embroidered over off white cotton by women artisans in Rajasthan. Painted brass rivets secure the seat on the stool with mango wood legs, which are removable.
White Ring Holder Hands Hand Carved of Wood (Pair), "Fairy Hands"$29.99
Mystical hands reaching to the sky become jewelry holders in a design from Wayan Weta. Each holder is hand-carved of jempinis wood featuring a whitewashed finish. The hands with long fingers are designed to hold a variety of rings in a beautifully organized fashion.
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.