Our multi functional kitchen collection are all hand carved by Artisans in The Gambia, West Africa. Timeless, with a natural and polished finish, they are a perfect addition to your kitchen and living room setting.
LAUNCHING JULY 24TH!! With this collection we use the finest cotton, organically and ethically farmed in a small village in The Gambia. The cycle of production is transparent and where sustainability is intentional and the norm. From the farmers to the spinners to the weavers and dyers, we explore traditional hand weaving techniques and various environmentally friendly dying methods. What is also really important to us in our production cycle is using what is growing around us to dye the fabrics. Our process makes each finished fabric roll unique in colour adding a truly authentic luxurious finish to what is already a beautiful natural fabric. We have worked so hard on preserving the nature of the fabric and respecting our soil. We hope you love and appreciate this collection as much as we do!!
Whether layered on your bed, draped on the arm of your sofa, all our throws and blankets might just be the easiest way to add a touch of warmth to your home. Hand woven and hand dyed by artisans in Mali, West Africa. Mud Cloth or Bogalan is one of the most distinctive textiles in West Africa. Made from 100% organic cotton, the process of making this beautiful fabric is an art form which dates back generations. The textile is traditionally made using narrow strips of cotton, hand spun on looms which are then stitched together to make a whole cloth. Cloths are first hand dyed in baths of boiled mashed leaves from the baobab tree and in some cases, tree bark is also added. After drying, a special mud, fermented for up to a year is used to design the intricate motifs on the fabric.The process and technique is entirely organic and environmentally friendly.