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Window Shopping at VivaTerra

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The other day I got a catalog for a store I’d never heard of before called VivaTerra. This morning I made myself a tall iced coffee and sat down to do some window shopping at VivaTerra.

The first thing that caught my eye was this chair and ottoman:

Bruges Chair and Ottoman

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This is the Bruges Chair and Ottoman. At a sale price of $829 and $349 it’s a bit splurgy (actually many of Viva Terra’s items are splurgy) but if it fits into your budget I really like the shape of it. Kind of like an Eames Lounge on vacation in Tahiti.

If you’re tired of boring rectangular shelving units, then this might be for you:

Circular Standing Stairs

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I really like the industrial look and unique shape of these Circular Standing Shelves.

I don’t have a place over my fireplace for this little number, but if I did I’d be all over it:

Elephant papier-mache trophy

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It’s the All Ears Elephant and I love it. I covet it. I–I think I might have to find a wall for it somewhere in my house.

I’m not sure why, but I kind of have a thing for woven furniture, so this rocker set my heart to beating a little faster:

Woven Rocking Chair

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I’m thinking I need a couple of these Portable Bling Rockers on my front porch.

I don’t know about you, but I’m a little tired of seeing the Knoll Barcelona Chair everywhere. I know, I know, it’s an icon, and not for no reason.

Butaca Chair

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This Butaca Chair and ottoman is more relaxed and would suit my own home much better than the sleeker Barcelona Chair.

Finally, I love this wall map:

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I might have to do a DIY version using this tutorial.

Well, now that my virtual pocketbook is empty, I’ll just say that has some beautiful items. I’m going to add it to my list of shopping/browsing locations. And I still really want that All Ears Elephant.

Note: This isn’t a paid post. I just really liked a lot of the stuff I found in the VivaTerra catalog.

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