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Doesn't Take Much

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Words & Photography
by Kaitie Moyer



Cat. Check.
Wine. Check.
Bread. Check.
Doesn’t take much to make me a happy girl.

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The Lost Square

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Words & Photography
by Katie Emmons



Cheers to the weekend! Dreaming of this delicious spritzer from The Lost Square. I’m on such a sparkling wine/champagne kick lately. What’s your favorite refreshing beverage for summer??

The Lost Square //
412 Williamson St.
Savannah, GA 31401

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A Mix

Monday, September 16, 2019

Words & Photography
by Brittany Viklund



Love when weekends are a mix of play,
rest, and productivity.
Hope yours was a mix of whatever you needed.

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Handmade Ceramics

Friday, September 13, 2019

Words & Photography
by Nina Plummer



Handmade ceramics are one of the loveliest ways to add warmth and a comforting feel to a kitchen, table, or open shelf. Shapes that are not perfectly uniform and glazing that is unique to each individual piece distinguish handmade ceramics from the uniformity of the pieces that come off the factory line. Each functional piece is made by skilled hands using techniques and traditions that have been in our common heritage for millennia. But the time and skill required to create each piece mean that handmade ceramics are seldom cheap.
Adding the pieces we love to our home slowly, one at a time, can be a much more enjoyable way to create a warm and unique collection that feels truly unique to us.
The ceramic pieces we have in our homes do not all need to match perfectly. Acquiring them slowly, over time will create a wonderful and unique collection that is so personal to each individual household, and will make them all the more appealing. Adding the pieces we love to our home slowly, one at a time, can be a much more enjoyable way to create a warm and unique collection that feels truly unique to us. ⁠⠀

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These Sisters

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Words & Photography
by Kristen Lopez



Earlier today after baths.
While cleaning up the kitchen I looked up
to see these sisters— piled on each other
and an empty sofa on the other side.
 

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