Style Files & Le Souk

On a recent meandering through the blogosphere, I discovered (at the recommendation of an oh-so-savvy neighbor - thank you,  Christi!) the blog called Style Files. Fabulous! Style Files led me to Le Souk, which is the adorable little online store of Style Files' founder Danielle de Lange. Both the blog and the site are worth visiting. Here's some of the treasures you'll find at Le Souk. 

The provence tablecloth & the hamam towels.

Another reason to love Danielle and Le Souk....they support women in war-torn countries. Le Souk donates at least 5% of its profits to Women for Women. This nongovernmental organization helps women in war-torn regions rebuild their lives by providing them with job skills training, rights education, access to capital, assistance in small business development and financial and emotional support. 

This crocheted raffia stool is so unique. Despite the rustic legs and the old school art of crochet, it somehow is ultra modern.


The dishtowels are by Simrin, a textile label from Brooklyn. The collection uses a combination of hand screen printing and metallic inks, making each one unique.

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