How we do
Our carpets are handmade in countries such as India, Nepal and Turkey. For us, the respect and working conditions of the workers as well as the non-use of child labour are of the utmost importance and that is why we rely on the supervision and support provided by NGOs such as Good Weave and others.
The rugs are made using different techniques: hand knotted, hand woven, hand tufted and hand loomed. They are all manual techniques using wool, silk, viscose and all kinds of natural materials, dyed by hand in ancient vessels heated with firewood.
It is also interesting to know that a Master of Colour has to study for 4 or 5 years to be able to exercise this valuable profession and that most of our yarns are hand-spun, although in some cases they are also machine-spun.
This artisan way of working together with the quality control that is carried out in the factories makes our carpets become unique pieces.