At the very heart of Arudeko is a love for Mexican design and the artisans they work with, the preservation of traditions, community support and environmental responsibility. Sisters Nailea and Denisse work in close collaboration with artisans in Oaxaca to produce pedal loomed pillows and rugs. They use environmentally sustainable local wool, that supports the local community and their economy, and all natural seasonal dyes that are non-toxic and do not pollute the eco-system. From collecting and preparing the natural dyes and wool, to dancing on the loom, each piece is made by hand and preserves the traditions and knowledge of Oaxacan textile craft that have been passed down from generation to generation.
Be Home mission is to design and offer beautiful, ethically-sourced, globally-inspired, and handcrafted home goods from all over the world. Discovering new, sustainable materials and beautiful ways to use them. They are humbled to enjoy partnerships with family-run businesses, cooperatives, and artisans in Vietnam, Thailand, India, Bolivia, Indonesia, and Tunisia. They take pride in building the lives and livelihoods of crafters and makers around the world, and most of all, care deeply about how each piece is made, using sustainable materials whenever possible.
Vintage-but-New. Exquisite color, skilled craftsmen, and imaginative designs have made Blenko famous in the time-honored craft of hand-blown glass since 1893. In a world of ever increasing automation, Blenko pride themselves in paying particular attention to the forms and designs of their handmade products. We all need, now more than ever, handmade possessions that are unique and inspiring.
Burel Factory, a wool factory in the heart of the mountains. A place that combines generations, knowledge, skill and innovation. A living museum operating looms and ancient machines, weavers of trends and traditions, to transform them into unique and timeless pieces, blankets and burel, from the purest and most sustainable sheep wool.