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Lo­cal is lekker!

We love the vi­brant colours of this Nde­bele-style scat­ter from on­line shop home­artist.co.za (R269.99 with foam in­ner; 50 x 50cm). You’ll also find eye-catch­ing clocks and wall art; they ship at no cost all over South Africa.

We’re mes­merised by this tilepat­terned Beldi wall­pa­per from Her­tex’s Cape to Casablanca col­lec­tion. Each roll (10.05m x 53cm) costs R1 140 and de­signs range from vi­brant – such as Beldi Honey­suckle (above) and Beldi Deep Jun­gle (right) – to more sub­tle hues with metallic em­bel­lish­ments. View the en­tire range at her­tex.co.za.

Be sure to pop in at Tuka at 10 Northum­ber­land Street in Bel­lville, Cape Town for hand-picked and lov­ingly trans­formed sec­ond­hand and an­tique pieces from all over the coun­try. The store name was de­rived from the Afrikaans word “toeka” which af­fec­tion­ately means “old times”. They also have a store at Pi­cardi Place in Raw­sonville; go to face­book.com/TukaIn­te­ri­ors.

We love this blue gem, De Blaauwe Huijs, in Memel in the Free State! A va­ri­ety of an­tique, retro and kitsch dé­cor items are on of­fer – find them on Pres­i­dent Steyn Street; call 073 426 5280.

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