Kankuba Sisal Tray XL
Nordic vibes meet Ethnic design: This tray is everything a modern house needs: geometric textures and bold statements on your wall.
The trays are made by women who grow their own sisal plants, extract the fibers, and then hand-dye and weave them into trays. The design of the baskets is exclusive to Reuma, combining minimalist shapes on natural-dye trays.
Sisal is a species of Agave, native to southern Mexico but widely cultivated and naturalized in many other countries. It yields a stiff fiber used in making various products. Sisal fibers are cut from the plant with a machete. The sisal fibers are then either left in their raw state or dyed with natural, eco-friendly colors depending on the design.
Out partners across the hills of Rwanda are groups of rural artisans who work to bring hope to their families through skillfully handcrafted goods. Azizi Life partners with over 30 independent groups, each artisan cooperative specializes in handcrafting products using specific techniques and raw materials. In addition to opening economic opportunity through fair trade, Azizi Life invests in a range of community impact projects, facilitating adult literacy classes, and offers other practical resources for personal, spiritual, and economic
We look for beautiful objects that are good for the environment and our well being. Our products are natural and eco-friendly.
We searched for the best artisans who preserve old crafts passed down from generation to generation, creating handmade wall decor.
We work with local collectives and families to ensure their well being, sustaining their craft and paying respect to their traditions.