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13/10/2014

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When Brittney Borjeson visited Sayulita, a small beach town in Mexico, she couldn’t imagine that her two-weeks-planned holiday would turn into something totally different. The stunning pacific and easygoing attitudes of the local artisans made her fell in love. And two years later she’s still there.
Last year she opened Evoke, where she sells Mexican art and crafts. A lot of the things are designed by Borjeson herself and made by local artisans. 

Borjeson and her rescue poodle, Pepino moved into her dream home: a quiet two-bedroom house overlooking the ocean in the southern hillsides of Sayulita. While decorating her home, Borjeson let the nature inspire her, she’s opting to keep things true to their natural form. Be inspired by this simple but beautiful way of life. Life isn’t that complicated.
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Borjeson: ‘White is simple, it isn’t a call to action or an emotional color, it’s just peaceful and serene, and lets nature do the talking’  BRITTANYAMBRIDGE_MEXICAN_HOME_FARDAU BRITTANYAMBRIDGE_MEXICAN_HOME_FARDAU BRITTANYAMBRIDGE_MEXICAN_HOME_FARDAU BRITTANYAMBRIDGE_MEXICAN_HOME_FARDAU BRITTANYAMBRIDGE_MEXICAN_HOME_FARDAU

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