Life quality is in details

The swiftness of our life has the upper hand. We gather for family dinners fewer and farther between; we snack on tasteless ready-to-cook food on the fly and drink cool tea staring at our smartphones. We eat and drink on the go, talk on the phone in the hustle and bustle of the public transport and live hurry-scurried, unaware that winter had already come to the city…

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Our daily life lacks festivity for the soul, measured conversations at a beautifully set table, and family comfort. We lost zest for life and forgot how to take pleasure in every minute. We rush through time non-stop… But where are we going so fast?

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In the old days, things were made to last forever; solid and stylish furniture was proudly passed from one generation to another while exquisite tea sets were part of the dowry. Every product was a single-piece exclusive – craftsmen made it with their hands and souls, one step at a time. And now store stalls and counters are filled with featureless products of mass production that rolls off the assembly line in bulk.

How can you enjoy life while burning your fingers with a cappuccino in a paper cup somewhere between metro stations on your way to work? Or having a quick dinner while looking through your e-mails? And disposable cutlery is not the only thing there is in life – we also have disposable bedding, barbecue, and mobile phones, as well as disposable feelings and relationships without beauty and romance. What if we’re just afraid of getting used to beautiful things and try to escape ourselves?

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Now, imagine a different picture. A snowy-white linen tablecloth decorated with a hemstitch, beautiful dishes, burning candles, delicious food and measured conversations in the bosom of the family… This is how you enjoy every moment of your life, feel its beauty and great meaning, stop time and rejoice in the simplest things…

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Anyone can learn to live in style! Start with elegant starched napkins made of 100% flax, porcelain dishes, and flowers on the dinner table. You will instantly feel better and even the dullest day will become brighter and merrier. Slow down your fast-moving rhythm of life, take a breath and smell the roses. Touch the soft linen tablecloth, breath in the scent of the homemade pie, take a sip of tea from the old cup your granny loved so much, and feel the beauty of this life…