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The Killing Field Carpet is an XL design piece with fringed edged and is just made for your living room. It has been beautifully woven in seagrass using techniques Viet Nam is well known for - giving it strength and handmade appeal. The earthly tone creates a natural vibe in whichever home you use it in.
Water Hyacinth is a green water plant that grows in tropical waterways in Vietnam. Once it is dried, it becomes a durable and sustainable material for weaving. It is quite similar to rattan, but water hyacinth is much softer which makes it easier to create different shapes and accessories. Maintenance = You can clean your products with a wet cloth to remove dust and dirt. The important thing is to dry it well afterwards - if water hyacinth remains wet, mold can occur. We recommend keeping your water hyacinth pieces indoors or covered outdoors because the sun can affect the color and structure of it.
Cotton is a natural fiber used to make soft and breathable textiles. It can be recycled and recovered, however it is sensitive to light and heat. Our cotton undergoes special treatments to come out extremely soft and durable. Maintenance = Cotton needs to be washed in cold water and preferably washed by hand; this helps to keep the color. You can use a washing machine but make sure the temperature isn’t above 30°C. Using hot water can cause the cotton to shrink. It is best to air dry, on a flat surface and out of the sun if possible.
You are invited on a faraway journey to the dancing islands, ancient traditions and heavenly beaches of Indonesia. This stunning piece was inspired by a passion for travel, and was handcrafted with love from eco-friendly materials such as water hyacinth, banana leaves, rattan, grass and bamboo.
All items are handcrafted in a sustainable way and moreover, its production is a means for supporting the local Balinese economy, paying particular attention to adequate working conditions, high quality finishing and guarantee fair wages for their workers, proudly making this piece Fair Trade.