Tantuvi

Tantuvi Handwoven Hemp Rug

$138$552
Tantuvi

Tantuvi Handwoven Hemp Rug

$138$552
3.8 Stars / 6 Reviews
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Each piece is uniquely hand-dyed and handcrafted, so tones and saturation of color vary due to the natural fibers of the hemp material. Each rug is a one-of-a-kind piece, and there are variations that add to the unique composition and beauty of the textile.

Hand-to-heart good rugs.

Keep the dust and dirt out and the good vibes in with these gorgeous little rugs from Tantuvi. Made of 100% hemp, which is naturally anti-bacterial. Designer and founder Arati Rao pairs modern sensibilities with centuries-old weaving traditions in Rajasthan, India, where she works with weaving cooperatives and is committed to supporting weavers so they can continue their traditions and pass down their trade.

We're setting these geometric beauties anywhere our feet are taking us, but they'll also happily sit underneath the coffee table or dining table for a little extra texture. Now to pick just one of those stunning color combos…

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Hand-to-heart good rugs.

Keep the dust and dirt out and the good vibes in with these gorgeous little rugs from Tantuvi. Made of 100% hemp, which is naturally anti-bacterial. Designer and founder Arati Rao pairs modern sensibilities with centuries-old weaving traditions in Rajasthan, India, where she works with weaving cooperatives and is committed to supporting weavers so they can continue their traditions and pass down their trade.

We're setting these geometric beauties anywhere our feet are taking us, but they'll also happily sit underneath the coffee table or dining table for a little extra texture. Now to pick just one of those stunning color combos…

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Meet the Maker

Tantuvi

BROOKLYN, NY
Age-old traditions meet modern designs in Tantuvi textiles (“tantuvi” means “weaver” in Sanskrit). Designer Arati Rao collaborates with Ikat weavers in South India and dhurrie weavers of North India to re-interpret classic patterns while preserving the traditions of hand-spun, dyed and woven cottons and silks. All pieces are handwoven by cooperatives that use centuries-old looms and techniques. Rao started Tantvui after spending much of 2010 traveling throughout India. Inspired by that trip and her ancestral roots, she blends age-old tools, craft and patterns with a contemporary spin from Brooklyn artists.
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