I have recently fallen completely in love with the gorgeous range of rugs from Sukhi
Sukhi are an ethical fair trade business who champion for fair wages in the countries where their beautiful hand made rugs are produced. You can read all about their business on their website but in their own words:
“We believe in only the fairest wages:
That’s why our Sukhi artisans deserve to earn a fair living. Our company enables them to reach that goal. Their salary is about 2-3 times the average pay in the region! They can live comfortably. Their families are well cared for and their children can prosper in school. The artisans also enjoy knowing that their work really means something to its buyer. Even outside of their community, their rugs carry meaning and worth. Many of our Indian artisans haven’t completed a formal education. However, they value the on the job training we provide. We often hear from our artisans that they get a sense of pride from their work”
So when they approached me to collaborate with them I was really pleased to do it.
They have so many beautiful rugs it was really hard to choose…
How gorgeous are these beauties from Nepal:
In the end I couldn’t resist the bright rainbowy chevrons in the Sukhi Sai rug from India.
Made from soft wool, the colours in this rug are so gorgeous!
When it first arrived I placed in my “happy spot” which is right where I do my Kundalini yoga every week…
In the warm afternoon sunshine the cats often sit here, but they weren’t posing for me today.
This rug is so versatile though, I keep finding new places to put it!!!
Here it is in the entrance…
And then I put it in the kitchen….
It looks fantastic everywhere!
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