We are entering spring with the desire to enjoy, to share; what better way to do it than around the beautifully handcrafted, conscious and sustainable tablecloths of these Spanish brands.
The online store combines in this production its colorful craftsmanship and seafood from Cetarea Tazones, in the Jardí dels Tarongers palace in Barcelona.
Handmade ceramics is experiencing its most buoyant moment. The new creators give it a modern and personal stamp, creating unique pieces perfect for gifts... and to be given as gifts.
The key is to combine a priori non-Christmas elements with gold, quality textiles and splendid flower centerpieces. Here are 9 Christmas tables designed by some of our best interior designers.
in order to act in an environmentally responsible manner, they reuse materials both in the creation of the pieces and in their storage and packaging.
The return to craftsmanship is further proof of how necessary it was to open a discourse attached to the real thing. Don't miss our list of the national creators whose decorative pieces you'll want for your home.
We discovered Casa Maricruz, an online store where Maria Estrada has launched a project in which she returns to the tradition of Spanish craftsmanship, updating the designs and filling them with color.
María Estrada seeks to give new life to local craftsmanship by decontextualizing it, making it more attractive to new generations and joining forces with partners such as C. Tangana and Santos Bacana.
Ceramics, glass, textiles... Objects of desire with a traditional touch to dress the table to the last. This is Casa Maricruz.
Pots like the ones from your grandmother's house or snacks that take you back in time. These are the pantry basics to rescue the most authentic traditions.
Dazzling tableware, 'deluxe' raw materials and irresistible gadgets: this is our gourmet wish list for the wise men from the East.
A balcony on the Costa Blanca, fresh flavors and table pieces that are pure sea. Take a 'deli' bath in the Mediterranean.
One of the strongest trends of this 2023 has been the 'craftcore', which, overcoming the fashion of the handmade, bets to turn our homes into temples of the traditional and the homes into temples of the traditional and the handmade.
The design sector and associated industries are experiencing unprecedented growth in our country. We applaud it.
María Estrada, revaluing craftsmanship.
Tradition and modernity are perfectly combined in these dishes that our cupboard is already dreaming of.