RAFFIA comes from segments of the leaves commonly known as the Raffia Palm. Different species can be found around the world in parts of Asia, South America, central America and Coastal Valleys of Madagascar. RAFFIA is a fibre made from palm leaves, the fibre if soft, pliable, durable and biodegradable making it an excellent material for weaving.

CARE AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS: Be extra careful not to get RAFFIA wet as it can easily lose it's shape. Should your RAFFIA get wet, let it dry naturally away from direct sunlight or artificial heat source. A gentle steam may help to reshape if needed.

Spot clean the RAFFIA using a soft cloth, cold water and mild detergent then allow it to naturally dry. Consult a dry-cleaning professional for stain removal.



The distinction between the two is RATTAN is the material while WICKER pertains to the process. RATTAN is a kind of wood that has a vertical grain. WICKER is traditionally made of material of plant origin. WICKER is the end product made from a specific weaving style. Wicker results in lightweight but solid and durable and an eco-friendly choice. 

CARE AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS: Dampen a soft cloth or terry towel with warm water and rub wicker surface gently. For heavier dirt or stains, wipe with a cloth dampened with luke warm water and mild soap, wipe again with clean fresh water. Dry afterwards with dry paper towel.

Any sand can be removed by vigorous shake or for a deeper filled sand use a light vacuum suction with soft bristle brush attachment



STRAW is a byproduct consisting of dry stalks of cereal plants after the grain and chaff have been removed. Bags and Baskets are made from coiled and bound together continuous lengths of straw, known as lip work. STRAW is a natural fibre such as hemp, flax, jute and sisal.

CARE AND CLEANING INTRUCTIONS: Gently rub the soiled are with a soapy toothbrush following the grain of the straw. Wipe the area again with a clean soft cloth dampened with clean water to remove any soap residue and soiling. Try not to wet STRAW too much. Let it dry naturally away from direct sunlight or artificial heat source.



Seagrass is completely natural and sustainable material used for bags and homewares. SEAGRASS is an underwater plant that evolved from land plants.

CARE AND CLEANING INSTRCUTONS: Any dirt or debris trapped in the weave can be removed by a light vacuum suction with soft bristle brush attachment. Spot clean the SEAGRASS by using a soft cloth, cold water and mild detergent then allow it to dry naturally away from direct sunlight or artificial heat source.



MACRAME is a form of textile produced by knotting rather than weaving or knitting. An elaborate lacework webbing made of hand knotting cord. MACRAME cord is typically made from natural cotton but also known to be jute cord, linen cord, crochet thread, knitting wool and twine cord.

CARE AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS:  Natural fibre MACRAME can be handwashed in luke warm water and mild detergent. Gently scrub the cloth before rinsing it under cool water. Do not tumble or machine dry. Dry naturally by hanging in soft sunlight and not harsh sunlight as this may cause discolouration