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The Rituals: Clean Sweep

The lowdown on brushes from Makers and Brothers

By Regina Connell. Saw this, and had to share. It’s a bit of a follow up to my earlier piece on the virtues of specificity, and a more traditional take on spring cleaning. I love a good hand brush and dustpan. … Continue reading

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AltLuxe: In Praise of Specificity

Specifics of necessity

By Regina Connell. When I was in Japan a few years ago, I went to a place called Tokyu Hands. It blew me away: floor after floor of stuff, so much of it incredibly specific. A container to hold sliced tomatoes … Continue reading

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