Handwoven Palm Placemats
Can we just talk about how much we love the details here? You might think there’s not much to a palm placemat, but look closer: The weave is tight, even and uses thin strips of palm, meaning your cups and bowls won’t wobble on top. Natural palm is hand-braided into long strips, and then sewn into a spiral shape by craftspeople in a family-run co-op in Oaxaca, Mexico. It’s a looker and a keeper.
Photography by Jenny Huang, Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Choose between a set of 2 or a set of 4. Each placemat is 14" in diameter
Care & Notes
Spot clean with a damp cloth. Palm is a natural material, slight variation in color is to be expected.
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