The Phetoho rug by Lesotho-based design brand Barali is made from a 100% hand spun mohair yarn sustainably sourced from Angora goats by women artisans in the mountains of Lesotho.
Introducing our Phetoho Rug:
"I spent most of my afternoons in Sekamaneng, getting up to childish mischief with my brother. On occasion, we would steal glimpses of the female initiates at a neighbor’s house dancing. I remember being awe-struck, seeing them gather in a circle, wearing these intricately beaded veils.
The design of the Phetoho Rug is inspired by those veils, and the name is inspired by the change that the female initiates go through. But in a sense, this rug is an ode to my childhood."
Handmade by the weavers of Maseru Tapsteries For residential and commercial use Size: 140cmx60cm
Color: White, Beige & Black
Material: 100% mohair
Step by step guide of buying a made-to-order rug from Barali:
1. You choose the size online or contact us for custom sizing 2. You can pay directly on the website or bank transfer (for that contact us) 3. Production of you rug, we will keep you in the loop 4. Your rug is packaged and sent to your home
The Tsireletso Throw by Lesotho-based design brand Barali is handknitted from 100% mohair and wool blend by women artisans in Maseru, Lesotho.
"Tsireletso" in Sesotho, the official language of Lesotho, can be interpreted as protection and cover. Luxe raw mohair is sourced locally in Lesotho, and high quality wool is sourced from South Africa to create the softest blend for this throw. Handmade with hand-spun yarn, these versatile throws will be a lovely addition to your home.
The Fishtooth Basket by Manava is handwoven from sustainably sourced rattan fibers by women artisans following traditional weaving techniques unique to Siem Riep in Cambodia.
Manava products draw inspiration from Cambodian Kbach symbols, traditionally used in pottery and Cambodian temple carvings. Kbach refers to any Cambodian art-form or style in the Khmer, but more commonly relating to decorative elements of Cambodian architecture.
By Atlas, a Colombian design brand by Mariana Vieira.
The Guajira Cósmica Collection has been designed by Atlas, a Colombian design brand by Mariana Vieira. Each pillow case is handmade by the Wayuu Iwouya indigenous communities from La Guajira in Colombia using the traditional technique of "tapiz gualdrapa". The collection has been inspired by the geometric figures of nature - plants and animals - as well as the cosmology of the Wayuu communities.
With every purchase you directly contribute to the development of the Wayuu communities behind each product.
By Mexican interior design brand M.A working with women artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico. Each pillow case by M.A is made on traditional pedal looms from 100% organic wool from local sheep that are loved and respected.
Each pillow case is unique and only available as one single piece.
Colour: Washed and light indigo.
Size: 39 x 43 cm, works with both with an 40x40 and 50x50 inner pillow
There is a double covered opening on the back of the pillow
Material: 100% organic wool and naturally died colors.
Care tips: Dry clean only Vacuum carefully to remove dust
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42 Nutan is the address of the grandmother of Pari Pari's founder Parigna Desai, as the designer got inspired by growing up there. Parigna says the collection draws from "memories of her garden, her textiles and embroidery work - and five year old me running around in her house. The white was never white. The red swing always meant more. The collection is drawn from her memories and put back together with Sol Lewitt's method."
Size: 165cm x 240cm
Material: 100% cotton
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Shipped from Sweden & Germany. No custom fees within EU. 2-3 WD within EU, 5-7 WD outside EU. Shipping calculated at checkout.
All items can be returned and refunded within 30 days. Read more about our shipping and return policy.
We believe in fair & transparent pricing
We are committed to pay fair and ethical whole sale prices that directly go to all the people involved in designing and making the products, never to any intermediary. The brands we work with guarantee fair and sustainable working conditions and use their revenue to make real impact. Our end-prices also include import fees, customs and VAT.
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