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Tree of Life Wall Art

You’ll love it because: It’s small enough to be framed as a work of art that it is but you still get to enjoy the intricate and traditional work of our artisans!

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Traditionally woven in silk, our wall hangings are now available in 100% handspun cotton to suit the modern home. Sold ready to the framed, they are on the smaller side too, making them budget friendly.

You can enjoy the intricate and traditional work of our artisans in this wall art combining three techniques: tapestry, continuous supplementary weft and discontinuous supplementary weft. The patterns are inspired by motifs typically seen on sinhs, or traditional Lao skirts.

The pattern is typically very small, although here we’ve increased the ratio to create a dynamic look with the bold colors enhancing the striking design. Perfect for the bedroom, living room, dining room or just any room really…

Sold unframed. Contact us if you want it framed but please note that the shipping will then be more expensive.

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Color

Multi-Color-1, Multi-Color-2, Multi-Color-3

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Made by Tai Lue
Tai Lue

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