For this summer season, our fashion accessories and home decors are adorned with vibrant colors such as blue, turquoise and orange. Let yourself be allured by our new ranges of cuffs and tote bags that will guarantee you a nice colorful look this summer. Our exclusive brand-new table linen collection, ”Nouages” highlights “Ikat”, a secular technique of reserve dyeing . The shades of blues futured will give you a breath taken feeling of the sea.
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AFRIKA TISS also means …
Try out the trendy ethnic style to bring an exotic touch to your home. Afrika Tiss highlights African design and offers you home decor that honor the savoir-faire of a number of talented African artisans. These decor items, made in our workshops in Burkina Faso, are a subtle blend between African tradition and contemporary influence. An invitation to travel, our decorative objects are all products of fair trade that allows our artisans to earn a regular and just income.
AN ETHICAL AND AUTHENTIC CRAFTSMANSHIP
Discover a wide range of authentic African objects made in limited edition: chic jewellery boxes, decorative bowls, traditional masks, wall fans, African baskets … In opting for our original creations, you are choosing a sustainable decor. Likewise, we emphasize an eco-friendly production that promotes locally available techniques and materials such as leather-coating, hammered metal (bronze, aluminium, and copper), recycled plastic, plant fibers, natural gourds, and other materials used for upcycling.
TRADITIONAL TEXTILE MATERIALS
From ethnic decor pillows to table linens, all of our fabrics are inspired by an inherited African textile tradition: Faso Dan Fani, indigo fabric, woven loincloth, kenté, bogolan… Our collection of home textiles is made entirely by hand by African weavers trained in our textile center in Burkina Faso. We put forward the following green textile products: natural and responsible materials (locally and sustainably cultivated cotton fibre), handmade weaving, ecological colour dying with Oeko Tex-certified dyes…