The untamed beauty of Nordic landscapes deeply impressed our art director Anita Kars during her hikes in Sweden and Iceland—scenery characterised by contrasting elevations, ever-changing natural colours, and boreal wilderness interspersed with reflecting lakes. A landscape of raw power, yet also tranquil and meditative. Her wonderful explorations led to our KEI collection, featuring singular rugs that echo the pristine landscapes that inspired them.Where to buy
Tibetan wool is produced by local sheep from the Himalayan mountains. The wool stands out through its strength, purity, and irregularity.
Purely traditional and disarmingly honest. Everything up to the final knotting of the carpet is done by hand.
Designed by Anita Kars
Anita Kars has a strong sense for color and texture. She has been working in textiles for a long time.
We use 100% Tibetan wool for the 2 levels cut pile, and Tibetan wool with a detail of Bamboo viscose for the loop pile of the carpet.
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Purely traditional and disarmingly honest. Everything is done by hand: from the shearing of the sheep and the carding of the wool, the dyeing of the fibers, and the spinning of the yarn up to the final knotting of the carpet.
Tibetan wool is produced by local sheep from the Himalayan mountains. The wool stands out through its strength, purity and irregularity. Through the 100% manual processing into yarn, this translates into carpets with a soul.