Kelly’s Inspiration - You may not know this but green is my favorite color; obviously I was in love with this rug at first glance. I love the unique pattern and the brilliant use of color. It’s still is a neutral piece with a hint of the unexpected. The texture is beautiful in person too.
Details - Handmade by master weaver artisans with pedal loom. Made from 95% Wool, 5% Cotton Colors and patterns may have slight variations. Rug pad recommended.
5’ x 8’
Weight: 6 lb
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The Artists - An architect & industrial designer had a vision for their country, to revive the ancient weaving techniques of their people in the hills of Guatemala, recently declared a National Cultural Heritage. With their creative inspiration, the designers brought a fresh look to the traditional process and the noisy weaving looms have begun to echo in the village walls once again.
A bit about the rug process…
Weaving in Guatemala has been declared a National Cultural Heritage. An heirloom practice for the last 300 years. Through the sale of these rugs, artisans in Guatemala have a sustainable income. The process has been preserved as well. From the sustainable wool thats harvested, washed and dried by the sun. Its carded by hand using wood and metal combs and hand spun with the antique wood spinning wheels, then it is hand-dyed. Finally it’s mounted on the traditional foot looms and woven by master weavers who are literally creating pieces of art. This takes time as you can imagine, up to 4 days just to weave a rug.