Design | May 17, 2023 |

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Earth Wind Desire
We create because we believe an item can take you on a journey through nature’s finest gifts.

The journey begins with the energy that the craftsman gives to the item and ends with the play of salt and Sun in your living room. Gateway to nature has never been closer to home, even for those in the heart of a metropolis. Earth Wind Desire is Daniel and Lisa’s artistic/love story: a return to nature and to themselves, they want to convey that experience to their customer through each piece of art.

Before they met, Daniel travelled around the EU as part of a motor racing team and behind his 4 walls in the micro remains of time he made and hid art that he believed no one deserved to see and that it could not be a job. Larisa had the experience of living in Tokyo among 36 million people and intensively dealt with the topic of how the urban environment causes stress. After graduating from the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, she dreamed of being an art collector on a cruise ship and wanted to develop and manage her own art brand.

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With love at first sight, the matching of complementary skills was obvious. They immediately moved to nature and escaped from the urban environment, together they searched for the remains of the material from which Daniel began to create art. After 1.5 years, they bought an abandoned cottage in the middle of nowhere and turned it into an art oasis where we now live and create.

The new collection of aromatherapy sets is inspired by Mediterranean winds. Each set consists of a handcrafted dry diffuser, 100% organic essential oil blend inspired by wind and sea salt with a herbs mixture. Diffusers are made using reclaimed lightweight linden tree wood left from sauna construction. The porous wood structure soaks in the oil scent, while salt crystals slowly disperse it to the interior. Simply pour the salt mixture into the diffuser bowl and 3-5 drops of essential oil into it. Repeat daily.

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Burin is an Adriatic wind that cleans the clouds, brings fresh mountain air and gathers people by the fireplace. The oil blend contains essential oils of rosemary, peppermint, green myrtle, fir and lemon.

Maestral is an Adriatic wind of clear weather and pleasant temperatures that brings back memories of beautiful moments. The oil blend contains essential oils: bergamot, grapefruit, sweet orange, lemon, geranium, lychee and ylang-ylang.

Tramontana is an Adriatic wind of strength and stability whose appearance is a harbinger of the beautification of time. The oil blend contains essential oils: lavender, lavandin, rosemary, green myrtle, tangerine, clary sage, cypress and bitter orange petitgrain.


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