Handwoven Albers Table Runner
Run with it.
Wondering where this runner gets its color-happy design? For starters, it’s inspired by Anni Albers, a Bauhaus textile artist who was known for her striking geometric patterns. And then there’s how it’s made: It was handwoven by a family-run co-op in Solalá, Guatemala (so yep, it’s a work of art in its own right). This one’s coming in two pretty palettes, and we think either would look right at home next to the coordinating placemats.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Mark Weinberg
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