An organic, modern mix of refined to rustic textures, hand loomed with artisanal technique to exquisite detail. Crafted with sustainable blends of grass fibers.
A true custom weaving and crafting process. Once an order is received, artisans prepare natural fibers including banana stem, ramie, arrowroot, river reed, jute, abaca, vetiver, palm, water hyacinth, walingi and bamboo, then handweave to the precise window dimensions. The hallmark of this method is the loom-finished edge — a meticulous technique of looping weft fibers at each edge, then shuttling them back through the loom to create a continuous warp-edge finish. This arduous weaving technique has a longer lead time, but delivers an exquisite shade-edge detail in seamless widths up to 180."
The legacy of hand-weaving wicker basketry and furnishings dates back to the ancient Mesopotamians. Inspired by this tradition, the Wicker Series offers a superior balance of woven textures and natural hues.
Inspired by indigenous music tradition and its melodic essence, this artisanal textile series is handwoven using original foot-treadle looms. This intensive process results in patterned compositions that add a vibe of tribal heritage to an interior space.
Artisans masterfully guide shuttles wound with handspun ramie, in variegated thicknesses, through a composition of colored threads to achieve this haberdashery-inspired tartan pattern. The occasional appearance of hand-tied knots enhances the design’s tactile richness and approachability.
Intricately hand-woven ramie braids in pale grey and golden wheat delicately rise above a finely woven field. The unique horizontal pattern has a gentle rhythm which lends a natural restfulness and comfort to a room.
Inspired by Southwestern weaving traditions, palm and ramie fibers in modern earth-tones mingle with hand-placed water hyacinth strips for textural dimension. This tapestry-like design adds luxurious layers of warmth and artistic beauty to an interior.
This classic European shade design is reinterpreted in natural fibers to become a modern classic. The wide-warp treatment allows hand-knotted palm or arrowroot fibers to drape in an elegant scalloped pattern.
Primitive and rustic, this textured weave features natural reeds alternating with a woven textile, giving these designs a pleasing heartiness to block sun and impart a comfortable feeling to any décor.