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Eiko Miyazaki’s past comes into play in her line of home goods in a big way. For starters, there’s the fragrant hinoki wood, which she discovered growing up in Japan and now uses to construct her carved wood utensils and to scent her collection of aromatic hand soaps, bath soaks, and body washes. Then there’s her background as an artist and sculptor, which shines through in Te + Te’s sleek, museum-worthy amber packaging and the tiny porcelain planters she still makes herself. It all gets tied... READ MORE

Eiko Miyazaki’s past comes into play in her line of home goods in a big way. For starters, there’s the fragrant hinoki wood, which she discovered growing up in Japan and now uses to construct her carved wood utensils and to scent her collection of aromatic hand soaps, bath soaks, and body washes. Then there’s her background as an artist and sculptor, which shines through in Te + Te’s sleek, museum-worthy amber packaging and the tiny porcelain planters she still makes herself. It all gets tied together at her store in Pleasantville, New York, where she teaches hands-on classes like how to DIY a hanging moss arrangement—because, for Eiko, it’s all about the full experience. As she says, “The line is based on quality ingredients—all of the formulas are as simple and as natural as possible, to be gentle on your body and the environment.”

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