Support LeCaShe CHALLENGE

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SCW PRESENTS SUPPORT LeCaShe (pronounced Le-Ca-shay

In 2017 challenge yourself, your family, your friends to supported their local economy, craftspeople, artists, and second-hand economy. LeCaShe, is the acronym that puts this all together: Local economy, Craftspeople, artists and Second-hand economy.

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DIY Embroidered PEACE Bunting

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Bunting pennants are on trend right now and so is embroidery. This embroidered PEACE bunting made a cool welcoming gift for my niece who is studying at my alma mater in Toronto.

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The Mix Tapes

The Mixed Tapes: 5 Adhesive Tapes to Keep Handy

There will be times when a sticky situation is met head on with gusto thanks to the availability of a wide range of pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes. Listed here are the top 5 adhesive tapes that are handy to have around the home. I call this the Mix-Tapes.

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The Collector: Rob Davis, Toronto

Rob Davis, Art Collector at Home in Toronto

Hearing the many stories about how Rob Davis, a governmental relations consultant in Toronto, came about each piece of art in his home, it would appear that his collection was amassed over many years of unintended purchases: this piece from a road-side vendor en route to

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In a Rub a Dub Suite Style

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Caribbean decor need not always be represented by heavy colonial or rattan furnishings with light and breezy pastel tones. If you ever had a chance to take a non-resort type Caribbean visit, you may have noticed that the locals are very Continue reading

Hello, welcome to SCW!

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Welcome to Suite City Woman (SCW). I’m Roxanne, upholstery designer, small business owner and blogger. SCW is a site where I support and feature all things LeCaShe (pronounced Le-Ca-shay), an acronym I created which stands for Local economy, Craftspeople and Artist, and Second-hand economy. I believe that you can make incredibly creative spaces by supporting some or all the LeCaShe principles. Continue reading