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!
Large size wool tapestry, designed and hand-woven in France. It gives the space a singular tone by the brightness of its natural, untinted colors. The sober graphics and the quality of the weave make it an exceptional piece. In the living room, it creates an open horizon. In the bedroom, at the head of the bed, it envelops you in an intimate warmth.
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Pillow used in the practice of meditation. Hand-crafted on a loom, it is made of hand-spun Tibetan wool dyed with the technique of “potted dye”. Front cover in pure Tibetan wool. Filling: 25% in 100% certified "Latexcel" latex foam and for 75% in 100% natural and untreated pure cotton. The inner lining is in 100% pure cotton. Zabuton combines two different worlds: body and mind health. It was created to provide a comfortable knee base during practical yoga sessions, but it is also suitable for sitting comfortably while watching a movie or reading a book.
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.
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DESIGN ROOM COLOMBIA
A night in La Guajira is a surreal dream, I think this is partly the reason why the Wayuu maintain a permanent dialogue with their origins. COSMIC GUAJIRA is a perception of the “cosmos” on my part, an exercise in geometric abstraction that they very well know how to do and represent in all their creations. They are pieces where mysticism, ancestral knowledge and sacred geometry are mixed: it is as if for them weaving is to trap the information of the cosmos and manifest it with apparent simplicity in a complex fabric
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"
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In Bhutan, nettle yarn is still produced for all sorts of traditional usage such as; bow ropes, carpets and clothing pieces that last a lifetime. With the support of the Tarayana Foundation, groups of women in Bhutan remote areas, now weave table linen and other accessories. Collected in the field, bitten, soaked into ashes water to soften it, hand spun, and then dyed using Bhutanese ancestral methods; it almost takes 5 days to complete one table runner. Essentially dyed using natural ingredients; these secrete ingredients are freshly collected from the weaver garden, directly to your table.
Paper is a very versatile material, which can sometimes be used to make surprising things. When strips of paper are twisted together, you can even weave baskets and other utensils. An advantage of paper is also that it is easy to colour and that it is biodegradable, which limits the ecological footprint. With this in mind, Pomax opted for paper in creating bread baskets, napkin baskets and fruit baskets.
Learning about embroidery – GAN’s incredible craft and strength – Raw-Edges found themselves drawn to the aesthetics on its reverse side. The ‘back stitch’ has an unintentional hidden beauty to it, that one might so easily miss. Their aim was to understand the language of this ‘random’ backstitch and develop it into their rug collection. Focusing on colour combinations, the rhythm of patterns, the thickness of the yarns, tactility and craftmanship, they also emphasise handmade work over work on the loom and the handmade embroideries.
AddAddCross-body mini bag AUSTE #33
Mini Messenger bag. Unique, meticulously handcrafted bags, a true JŪRATĖ signature. Woven on original wooden looms with leather on linen. For creative individualists.
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Wool cushion, hand-woven in the Oaxaca region of Mexico. We use local natural dyes such as: pomegranate, Indian rose, Tamarin, Indigotier... Raw materials are harvested according to their season making the use of this season responsible for the environment. This know-how, from the Oaxaca region of Mexico, has been passed down from generation to generation perpetuating all the gestures inherent in the creation of this textile: carding, spinning, dye and weave.
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The sumptuous hand of our weavers and embroiderers is proof of a millennial craftsmanship in finishing and weaving the pure Italian textile tradition. 100% natural hemp made in Italy. 170 gr/m², soft and light. 40 degree machine. OEKO-TEX and GOTS certifications Sumptuosa napkins, in the natural colours of white and ivory, are offered 45x45cm for the table and 26x26cm for the cocktail version. Set de 6 pieces ou piece unique. Embroidery picture: baguette, double to day, up to date, Lordship of Florence, point Paris. Customization with customer initials or other is offered.