The products all around us hold stories within them. They're a witness to these tales, and sometimes, are the key players within them. Since they're the result of craftsmanship or handiwork, they convey certain values, and that's why we're so attached to them!The products all around us hold stories within them. They're a witness to these tales, and sometimes, are the key players within them. Since they're the result of craftsmanship or handiwork, they convey certain values, and that's why we're so attached to them!
AddAddWomencraft, Handwoven Baskets
This beautiful basket collection is handcrafted by Burundian refugee weavers living in Tanzania and returnees. Sustainability and storytelling come together in these pieces, which are made from local grasses wrapped with repurposed grain sacks, originally used to distribute food aid. Made in partnership with Womencraft.
AddAddHACIENDA CRAFTS Layag Hanging Lamp
DESIGN PHILIPPINES HOME
The men & women in the fishing villages of Manapla in the Philippines learn how to weave fishnets from a young age, from their ancestors and continue to pass this on to their children. LAYAG (meaning sail) pays tribute to these communities through this design, combining their stories and reflecting their shared culture & traditions. Concentric rattan rings, bound together with cotton cord remind us of the relationships we must foster and the care we must give to people and mother earth.LAMPING: 1 bulb, 60W
AddAddSecuencia V Pillow
Wool cushion, handwoven in the Oaxaca region of Mexico. We use local natural dyes such as: pomegranate, rose, tamarind, indigotier... The raw materials are harvested according to their season making its use responsible for the environment. This know-how, coming from the Oaxaca region of Mexico, has been passed down from generation to generation perpetuating all the gestures specific to the creation of this textile: carding, spinning, dyeing and weaving
Maison Gala offers its collection of Golden Scar tableware and pieces of art: our ceramics treated according to the ancient technique of Kintsugi, which in Japanese means “gold joint”. Our craftswoman, trained in the authentic Japanese method, uses 24 carat gold powder, food for dishes, to treat and sublimate every bowl, plate and decorative object that comes out damaged from our ovens, to make it even more unique and precious. Every moment, for every occasion: wedding lists, gift ideas, brand location.