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(5) Things we love …#26

Posted in Things We Love, and Women's issues

Delta-Millworks-shou-sugi-ban-samples-Remodelista1. Burned
Shou Sugi Ban is the ancient Japanese art of torching timber as a way of making wood less susceptible to fire and keeping away insects and rot. The technique provides a weirdly beautiful alternative to traditional timber cladding. Once the wood is scorched, you wipe it down and seal with linseed oil. Low maintenance, long lasting, slightly eerie.

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(Images sourced at Remodelista)

2. Boho
Etro Spring Summer 2014: bringing back the 70s. Beautiful.

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3. Bloody Mary
More light lunch than mere cocktail – this version made me want to head for the kitchen. And the photos are gothically gorgeous.

(Images copyright Honestly Yum)

4. Behind the Veil
Worth remembering that we are more the same than we are different. 483016_10151287820961094_477175201_n

(Cartoon by the brilliant Matt Bors)

5. Blighty
Because camparigirl was just in London, my favourite city in the world. Because this is so sweetly true.
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(Song by The Sex Pistols way back when. Cartoon by Hugleikur Dagsson)

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One Comment

  1. No? To the tea?! What the hell’s wrong with him? Is he sick?

    I was just reading another post on a new book entitled Put The Kettle On about the Irish people’s relationship with tea and then saw this little cartoon and laughed.
    The book states that the Irish drink the most tea per capita of any country.

    Off to brew up on the heels of this little cartoon character’s faux pas 🙂

    November 11, 2014
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