Opole painted Easter egg, referred to as “kroszonka” in Polish is hand decorated with application of method based on hand-engraving of decorating motifs on previously one-coloured eggshell. Decorated eggs used to be an Easter gift, which expressed fondness, or even love.
Our passion is visiting masters’ workshops. We are in one of the rare workshops of wooden household items. They are hand made in accordance with traditional, today rarely applied, technology – so called method of ”hollowing”, with usage of simply tools.
Grey pottery – the Pearl of the East Region – is the most unique and has the oldest traditions in Poland. It has stood the test of time exclusively in the east of Poland. Pottery workshops cultivate the XVIII th century traditions using the same adornments and pot shapes in accordance with the tradition passed on to the consecutive potters’ generations.
Paper jewellery is nothing new, as carton dahlias by Chanel paved the way. Our new collection Her by Misztela uses traditionally made crepe flowers. Check-out the inspirations prepared by the designer Joanna Misztela and the beauty session promoting the collection (Fot. Jaromir Wróblewski, model: Galina Lazhechnikava, make up: Koleta Gabrysiak, hair: Patryk Nadolny).
Wood has been used in the interior design for ever. It has been both basic construction material and the material used in furniture design. Today wood is still applied as a basic furniture material but also is used for accessories and panelling.