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Part of DaTerra’s team has lived in New York for several years and feels that what makes the city what it is are the different moods, rhythms and movements. So, each piece in this range is decorated with a different geometric pattern that mimics those different pulses we feel in the Capital of the World.

Part of DaTerra’s team has lived in New York for several years and feels that what makes the city what it is are the different moods, rhythms and movements. So, each piece in this range is decorated with a different geometric pattern that mimics those different pulses we feel in the Capital of the World.

Many say Rabbit Beach, in the Mediterranean, is the best beach in the world. So this line has the same turquoise blue that characterizes its cherished waters, as well as a sandy rim to symbolize the little stretch of sand that pops up in between the rocky cliffs. Try it!

Many say Rabbit Beach, in the Mediterranean, is the best beach in the world. So this line has the same turquoise blue that characterizes its cherished waters, as well as a sandy rim to symbolize the little stretch of sand that pops up in between the rocky cliffs. Try it!

Sugary Rio is all about what happens between the sunrise to sunset in the second largest city in Brazil, but definitely the happiest one. Inspired by the famous Sugarloaf mountain’s various facets, we hope this range also lights up your day.

Sugary Rio is all about what happens between the sunrise to sunset in the second largest city in Brazil, but definitely the happiest one. Inspired by the famous Sugarloaf mountain’s various facets, we hope this range also lights up your day.

This range honours the chimney sweeps, the hard-working breadwinners that painstakingly cleaned XVIII century’s chimneys with the help of their ‘Climbing Boys’, trying against all odds to reach those narrow flues. Nonetheless, the revolution is still around. But now London is swarming with new creative industries instead providing a breath of fresh air.

This range honours the chimney sweeps, the hard-working breadwinners that painstakingly cleaned XVIII century’s chimneys with the help of their ‘Climbing Boys’, trying against all odds to reach those narrow flues. Nonetheless, the revolution is still around. But now London is swarming with new creative industries instead providing a breath of fresh air.

Along the 16th century, Europeans believed that somewhere in the New World there was a place of immense wealth known as El Dorado. Although the routes to this destination remain a secret, the origins of such an idyllic place lie deep in Lake Guatavita, Colombia. Like all enduring legends, the tale of El Dorado contains some scraps of truth! Some say El Dorado was a tribal chief, a lost city or even an empire. To us, El Dorado is the ethereal appeal of this golden collection.

Along the 16th century, Europeans believed that somewhere in the New World there was a place of immense wealth known as El Dorado. Although the routes to this destination remain a secret, the origins of such an idyllic place lie deep in Lake Guatavita, Colombia. Like all enduring legends, the tale of El Dorado contains some scraps of truth! Some say El Dorado was a tribal chief, a lost city or even an empire. To us, El Dorado is the ethereal appeal of this golden collection.

You might have heard of Buñol even though you don’t recognize the name. This Spanish city hosts one of the most famous festivals in this world: La Tomatina! A tomato fight of epic proportions that occurs each last Wednesday of August and is now replicated in other places too. But it is still in this Valencian city that the action truly takes place.

You might have heard of Buñol even though you don’t recognize the name. This Spanish city hosts one of the most famous festivals in this world: La Tomatina! A tomato fight of epic proportions that occurs each last Wednesday of August and is now replicated in other places too. But it is still in this Valencian city that the action truly takes place.

If Sugary Rio concerns the daytime of Brazil’s previous capital, Funky Rio is about what happens when the moon lights up the ‘Marvellous City’. Its nightlife is not only about preparing for the Carnival, improving Samba moves or looking for the best Caipirinha. Rather, the funkiness of Rio’s night comes from a never-ending authentic desire for joy.

If Sugary Rio concerns the daytime of Brazil’s previous capital, Funky Rio is about what happens when the moon lights up the ‘Marvellous City’. Its nightlife is not only about preparing for the Carnival, improving Samba moves or looking for the best Caipirinha. Rather, the funkiness of Rio’s night comes from a never-ending authentic desire for joy.

Concentric white circles in a submarinely profound blue decorate this DaTerra range and the more we look the deeper we feel submerged into this Earth’s oceans most buried part: the Mariana Trench, located east of the Philippines. With a depth of ‘only’ 11 km (6.8 miles), this is perhaps the most difficult world wonder to visit! Lucky us that James Cameron has just filmed it!

Concentric white circles in a submarinely profound blue decorate this DaTerra range and the more we look the deeper we feel submerged into this Earth’s oceans most buried part: the Mariana Trench, located east of the Philippines. With a depth of ‘only’ 11 km (6.8 miles), this is perhaps the most difficult world wonder to visit! Lucky us that James Cameron has just filmed it!

We love patterns from peculiar places of the earth. With Cuzco being both the original keystone and capital of the Inca Empire as well as a landmark of development for the Spanish exploration of Latin America we hope this range is able to bring some good old awe to your everyday table.

We love patterns from peculiar places of the earth. With Cuzco being both the original keystone and capital of the Inca Empire as well as a landmark of development for the Spanish exploration of Latin America we hope this range is able to bring some good old awe to your everyday table.

We all know that feeling of a crowded beach, elbows rubbing on other people while trying to find a small space in the sand. Well, in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, you get the opposite. The world’s longest natural sandy beach spreads unbroken through 125 km (78 miles) so if you find it crowded you can surely keep on walking until the next deserted space.

We all know that feeling of a crowded beach, elbows rubbing on other people while trying to find a small space in the sand. Well, in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, you get the opposite. The world’s longest natural sandy beach spreads unbroken through 125 km (78 miles) so if you find it crowded you can surely keep on walking until the next deserted space.


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