Pack your bags, we’re going to Brazil. Casa Tiba to be exact. This sweet little house, just paces from the beaches of Trancoso, once belonged to master ceramist João José Calazans. In 2010, retired French expatriate Thierry Moriceau purchased the workshop and restored it while preserving its Bahian craftsmanship. It’s the type of house that might encourage you to leave your worries at the door and to embrace the simple life. Just what a need . . .
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