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Akar Design: Art, Architecture and Design.
Welcome to AKAR Design!
With its finely striped bands of varying widths and tones, this graphic design is a printed interpretation of the Japanese tradition of weaving scraps of old fabrics into sakiori textiles, from the word saku (to tear or rip) and oru (to weave). The Chilewich design team looked to antique sakiori textiles for inspiration and reimagined their intr...
Evoking the dimension and variety of quilting elements, Kite incorporates a broad array of hues within its decisive geometry. This multifaceted weave is the product of process. Months of development and handloomed iteration by the Chilewich design team resulted in a vibrant surface that takes on a distinctive character in each of the two debut c...
Mini Basketweave is Chilewich's signature Basketweave in half time. Instead of four yarns over four, Mini Basketweave is two yarns over two, resulting in a quieter, less textural surface. Available in a wide spectrum of colors Mini Basketweave will enhance and elevate every dining occasion.
14'' l X 19'' w
Terrastrand yarns with 25% ren...
Inspired by the boundary-breaking textiles of the Bauhaus, the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and Black Mountain College, this graphic weave experiments with stripes and subtle shifts in tone to create the look of a syncopated plaid.
14'' l X 19'' w
Terrastrand yarns with 25% renewable vegetable content. 100% phthalate free.
Suitable for i...
One of the oldest and simplest of weaving constructions, Chilewich's four-over-four Basketweave has become the most important vehicle for expressing our unique color point of view – from deep earth tones, to shades of metal, to our personal interpretation of brights.
14'' X 72''
Suitable for indoor and outdoor ...
Add some classy color to your dinner settings with these linen napkins from Chilewhich!
21 x 21 in
53 x 53 cm
Machine washable on cool gentle cycle with some spot cleaner for stains is fine for the washer
Hang to dry or dry on cool air in the machine, removing from the dryer while still slightly damp and fold