We’re featured in Romantic Homes magazine special issue Rooms! In their “Gypsy Movement” section you can find the Suyra Sahara Pouf! The Sahara Pouf is hand made of 100% wool with a marvelous traditional weave. This piece embodies impeccable artistry while maintaining principles of affordability and durable design, making it the ideal accessory for your decor. Get a closer look at the Sahara Pouf on the Tuvalu Home Store!
It’s Thursday and you know what that means! It’s time for Thursday Tuva-Luvs! Every Thursday we share store favorites fresh from the Tuvalu Home Family and this week’s comes from Allison! One of her Tuva-Luvs is the California Kitchen Towel! This bright and colorful towel highlights some of the best California has to offer! Add color and charm to the kitchen with this fun towel! If you want a closer look at the California Kitchen towel you can get one here!
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We spotted the Jade Measuring Cups in this month’s Good Housekeeping magazine! Handy and attractive, this set of Jade Measuring Cups has an old-fashioned look and design you’ll love. It comes with four measuring cups – 1/3, 1/4, 1/2 and 1 cup. They cover all your bases and look great doing it. If you’re interested in the Jade Measuring Cups you can check them out on the Tuvalu Home online store here!
We’ve got more Tuva-Luvs! This Thursday Tuva-Luvs post comes from Adrianne! One of Adrianne’s favorites is the Malibu Up Chandelier by Ro Sham Beaux. The Malibu Up Chandelier delivers an elegant and classic aesthetic to any decor. Featuring a hemp-wrapped round frame and a beautiful cascading arrangement of beads in a solid drop curved shape for visual interest. Get a closer look at the Ro Sham Beaux Malibu Up Chandelier on Tuvalu Home online store here!
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The front door is one of the first things seen when you look at a home. It can add curb appeal and style to the house. A red front door, however, offers more than just curb appeal and style. Not only does the hue immediately grab the eye and draw you into the home, but it could signify more than just a style choice.
During American Colonial and Civil War times the red door was a symbol of safety. It meant that it was a safe place to stay and rest during travel and times of war.
In Feng Shui, a red front door means ‘welcome’ and red is the color of prosperity and abundance. Use the color of your front door to bring positive energy to yourself and your guests.
Another meaning behind a red painted front door is the Scottish tradition of a paid off mortgage. It’s a fun, semi-subtle way of saying you officially own your home and you’re debt free.
Colors sometimes carry meanings and so do objects. It’s a fun way to say something without actually saying it. If you’ve got free time you should look up more color and object meanings that have to with the home