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Why Indian Handlooms?

Why Indian Handlooms?

One of the key benefits of handloom textiles is their sustainability. Unlike machine made textiles, which are often made with synthetic materials and harsh chemicals, fabrics from the loom are made using natural fibers such as cotton, linen, silk and jute. The malicious  impact of synthetic fabric on the environment is immense. Each step in the manufacturing process is harmful through generation of excess waste. These materials are gentle on the environment and on the skin, and can be degraded or recycled at the end of their life.


Handloom textiles are also made using traditional techniques that have been passed down for generations, incorporating handloom textiles into your designs not only provides your clients with a sustainable and luxurious home decor experience, but also supports rural artisans in India. The handloom industry in India is an important source of income and employment for millions of people, particularly in rural areas where other economic opportunities may be limited. By choosing handloom textiles for your designs, you are supporting these artisans and their communities, and helping to preserve traditional crafting techniques and cultural heritage.

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The handloom industry in India is a diverse and vibrant sector, with a wide range of styles, colors and patterns to choose from. From fine silks and cottons to rustic linens and jute, handloom textiles offer a unique and customizable option for your designs. You can work with handloom artisans to create custom textiles that reflect your clients’ personal style and preferences, and that are truly one-of-a-kind.

In addition to the environmental, quality and exclusivity benefits of handloom textiles, their uniqueness is another factor that sets them apart from mass-produced options. Because handloom textiles are made using traditional techniques, each piece is unique and has its own character and charm. This adds a special touch to your designs and can help create a sense of individuality and authenticity in your homes.

In addition to their environmental benefits, handloom textiles are known for their superior quality and durability. Because they are made by skilled craftsmen and women using traditional techniques, they are more durable and long-lasting than synthetic textiles. They are also softer and more comfortable to the touch, providing a luxurious and comfortable experience for your clients.

The exclusivity is another factor that sets them apart from mass-produced options. Because they are made using traditional techniques, handloom textiles are exclusive and rare. We make unrepeatable artistic pieces with care and love for our spaces.

In conclusion, as an architect, incorporating handloom textiles into your designs provides your clients with a sustainable, high-quality, exclusive, beautifully unique home and indirecting helping in preserving Indian heritage.

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