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Des motifs russes peints sur une étagère en bois

Shelves Russian patterns painted on a wooden shelf from Laura's Dishfunctional Designs via MarieClaire.

A craft shop in Marginea, Bukovina Region, Romania. Marginea is known for its black clay ceramics. Bukovina is a historical region in Central Europe, currently divided between Ukraine and Romania, located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains. (V)

Marginea is known for its black clay ceramics. Bukovina is a historical region in Central Europe, Ukraine, located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains.

Superbe maison d'hôtes traditionnelle en Bucovine - Roumanie - Blog voyage et photo ✖ Les Carnets de traverse

Superbe maison d'hôtes traditionnelle en Bucovine - Roumanie - Blog voyage et photo

I am becoming bewitched by the stunning landscapes and charming villages of Romania, Croatia, Poland and surrounding countries. In particular I'm digging the local art scene. The bold and beautiful Romanian textiles above all.

Superbe maison d'hôtes traditionnelle en Bucovine - Roumanie - Blog voyage et photo ✖ Les Carnets de traverse

Superbe maison d'hôtes traditionnelle en Bucovine - Roumanie - Blog voyage et photo

I am becoming bewitched by the stunning landscapes and charming villages of Romania, Croatia, Poland and surrounding countries. In particular I'm digging the local art scene. The bold and beautiful Romanian textiles above all.

Maison traditionnelle Roumanie

Superbe maison d'hôtes traditionnelle en Bucovine - Roumanie - Blog voyage et photo

Traditional Interior, Romania.  So charming. Love the "happy colours" and the roses :)

Superbe maison d'hôtes traditionnelle en Bucovine - Roumanie - Blog voyage et photo

Old Romania – Adolph Chevallier photography

Young woman in traditional costume, Bistrita Valley, Moldavia, north-east Romania, Artist: Adolph Chevalier

Felicja Curylowa, Decorated House, Zalipie, Poland. Felicja Curylowa passed away in 1974. In 1978 the house where she lived, was bought by the Polish Cepelia Foundation, which aims at preserving and promoting folk art. The house nowadays can be visited as a museum. All of the interior has been decorated by the artist, the ceiling in the entrance hall being her first creation, made in 1914, when she was just ten years.old.

Recreated folk kitchen at the Muzeum Okręgowe in Zalipie, Poland

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