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Vibrant Peruvian Home Decor from Keeka Collection

Vibrant Peruvian Home Decor from Keeka Collection

Yesterday I shared all the cool stuff we brought home from Peru and today I’m sharing a great source for getting your own vibrant Peruvian home decor. Allow me to introduce, Keeka Collection.

Peruvian Home Decor

Check out this awesome resource for Peruvian home decor as well as other global textiles, Keeka Collection, a curated collection of home accessories from around the world by Katharine Harlow. I actually connected with Katharine via Instagram while we were in Peru (the power of social media). She saw that I was there and was kind enough to suggest a few not-to-miss places for us to work into our itinerary. She was in the middle of one of her shopping trips, which she does a few times a year, how amazing is that?! Be sure to follow Katharine and her adventures on Instagram and check out her awesome online shop filled with colorful textiles and home goods! If you’re interested in purchasing anything, get in touch because there’s a special offer for my readers 🙂

Remember the frazadas rugs/blankets that are often made into pillows I mentioned yesterday?… Read more

What to Bring Back from Peru

What to Bring Back from Peru

Yesterday I shared our Peru trip report and today I’m spilling the beans on our keepsakes and what to bring back from Peru. As you know, I am a sucker for global vibes and decor. We’ve accumulated quite the collection of art and keepsakes from our travels and I love working them into our home.

What to Bring Back from Peru

If you are a lover of global textiles like me, you will love Peru. Textile making is a historic tradition in Peruvian history so it’s no surprise that textiles are plentiful at the markets around the country. It’s difficult to pick just a couple, trust me.

We settled on this vibrant runner from the weaver’s village Chinchero a small village where we learned about the natural dying methods used to create the stunningly vibrant hues typical of Peruvian textiles.

We also scooped up this throw blanket from an open-air market we stumbled upon in Cusco that wasn’t quite open yet. We strolled along the path watching women were set up their stalls, most of which were still closed. I enjoyed it though because it was more relaxed and enjoyable.… Read more