Looks great in your interior, for example on your bed, couch, on a chair or hang up on a wall. Also comes in handy for a picknick or a day at the beach!
Modern ikat from Java.
These ikats are handmade with modern techniques.
We have two different sizes:
SINGLE: 115 x 220 cm | €35,00
DOUBLE: 170 x 230 cm | €42,50
The ikats are handpicked by CURMS based on quality, color and material.
Original authentic ikats from Indonesia. These beautiful pieces of art are now for sale at CURMS and will look great in your interior as wall art.
Ikat is known as a handwoven cloth. The essential characteristic of ikat is the dyeing of patterns before the weaving takes place. Each activity, from cotton plant, to dyeing, to weaving, goes fully by hand. The traditional weavers grow their own natural colours and cotton.
The ikats CURMS selected were used once by local people as a sarong; one of the earliest form of clothing of Indonesia, and are between twenty and fifty years old.
The Hammock of your dreams!Comfort and Versatility
Whether hung in your garden, stuffed in your travel pack, camped out in the woods or strewn between two palm trees, the Bali Hammock is an ideal companion for both the stationary and traveling chiller. The Balinese Batik artwork compliments any patio or garden. It sets up quick and easy and packs up small, portable and perfect for travel. The self- storing pocket also holds your essentials while you relax!
Comfort For A CauseAt Bali Hammocks, we fell in love with the community where our product originates, and we’ve made it a mission to give back. In line with this mission, 20 percent of the company’s profits go towards sponsoring the education of Indonesian youth. Bali Hammock’s also organizes local beach clean ups and environmental awareness efforts in the islands’ village communities.
The Indonesian rayon beach sarong has always been a favourite. There are endless possibilities to use this sarong, for example at the beach, for decoration, as a shawl, dress or at a picnic.
The CURMS sarong is made of 100% rayon and is dyed in a traditional local batik factory in Indonesia.
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