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Handmade rugs direct from the makers
Handmade rugs direct from the makers

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Do you want to decorate in the Feng Shui style? We can add more value to our life by using the practice of Feng Shui to decorate our homes for a positive, balanced energy. It may seem complicated to put in practice, but Feng Shui is relatively easy to understand. Check our 2nd blog post in the Feng Shui series.

http://www.sukhirugs.com/blog/feng-shui-beginners-energy-map-home/
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How was your week? Keisha from Loving Littles Blog just decorated with a handmade rug from our artisans in Nepal. See her thoughts here:
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Some of us love Earth. You might love it for its colour, for its roots, for its nourishment, for its stability. If you do love Earth, then you will love Ashley. It brings the Earth into ours homes. Discover Ashley:
http://www.sukhirugs.com/rectangle-ashley-felt-ball-rug.html
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With the start of June, we officially enter the summer season.
This summer, the colours of Pantone take us closer to nature and inspire us to bring these fresh tones in our homes. Here are some ideas on how to bring a fresh and energetic summer in your home with a rug handmade at Sukhi.
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This is the trendy look using our natural and soft Naima Beni Ourain rug surrounded by interior plants. In the home of Pauline Dress (paulinedress.fr). Get yours from here: http://www.sukhirugs.com/rectangle-naima-beni-ourain-rug.html
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At Sukhi we embrace many of the principles behind mindfulness. Mindfulness relates to all aspects of our lives. Mindfulness is the awareness about and the feel of gratitude for the little things that make up our everyday life. Meditation, Yoga, and Feng Shui are some of the popular mindful practices.
Here is how these practices connect with our own work and mission to bring smiles for our rug artisans and customers around the world.
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Hope you enjoy your Sunday. Look how blisful this room looks with the Advik rug. Check our woolen loops: http://www.sukhirugs.com/collections/woolen-loop-rugs.html. In the bedroom of rakkaudestasisustamiseen.fi in Finland
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Nasia, is the creative mind and the founder and CEO at Sukhi. She is also a textile designer. Originally from The Netherlands, she has a special interest and love for handicraft and for natural and environmentally friendly materials. With studies at The Royal Academy of Art in the The Hague, she has spent a lot of time researching textile design of different cultures in China, Nepal, India and Morocco.
Check this blog post to discover what makes Sukhi what it is.
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Happy Sunday! Who loves black rugs? Sukhi artisans in 3 countries make three different black rugs, all by hand and all in wool or other natural materials:
Jessica from Nepal - http://bit.ly/2nulHNh
Rudra from India - http://bit.ly/2nQRcfN and
Hiranur from Turkey - http://bit.ly/2phav37
Love black, check the links.
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5 must-haves in the Italian living room of Elisabetta from Italianbark.com.
1. a Moroccan rug (from Sukhi - of course)
2. a pendant lamp
3 a geen corner
4. a big poster map
5. white wooden floors
Rush to see the stylish photos of her living room:
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