Things well made in Portugal
Two stackable boxes turn into a small pine tree.
Elegant ceramic lamp, available in six pastel colors created by Patrícia Lobo.
With a soft light, Vora is perfect for the bedside table or a reading corner.
Ceramic lamp, for use as an applique or as a table lamp.
The mobile version of Grauº Cerâmica is made of porcelain and rope stoneware. To hang, of course.
The greyhound breed dog is the companion animal on this My Friend Paco's cushion.
They look like mushrooms that grew on the walls, but they're hangers.
From the Portuguese popular expressions, So-So creates these toys and decorative objects in wood.
Ceramics applied to lamps. With her own hands, Patrícia Lobo makes special lamps.
These pillows are good friends, fun and "a little eccentric".
A heavy helper to tidy up the library: this elephant serves as a bookstand.
Modern cousin of the carrier pigeon, Columbus serves to stick notes.
The brand came out of the oven in the middle of a pandemic, but its masks are not disposable at all.
An original basket, worthy of the golden eggs goose.
There's something about Marie Antoinette on this pillow, which makes her irresistible.
From an Azorean expression, a friendly wooden whale was born.
Designed during the first lockdown, in 2020, the carpet created by Madre for GUR helps counting the days.
Thanks to an opening in the cork, you can change the position of the lamp and thus manage the intensity of light.
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