Materials: INDIA bins are made in India according to the tradition of "blockprint"
The "blockprint" is a manual printing that allows for beautiful prints on 100% natural materials such as jute, cotton. This ancestral technique is practiced in India, but knows its true apogee since the beginning of the year 2018, in the field of decoration and design. It also responds to the 100% vegetal trend put forward at the Salon Maison and Objet edition 2018!
INDIA Cotton bins made in India are a perfect example of the blockprint technique. That's why Nomad'DécoHome's team, always in its desire to select objects from here and elsewhere, was seduced by INDIA cotton baskets from India available in 3 sizes.
Carefully arranged on your bathroom shelf, on a console, dresser room or dressing room, they are perfect in small storage. Do you like cacti?
India cotton india baskets are ideal in a pot-top design.
The INDIA Basket in cotton by Nomad'DécoHome offer a very beautiful palette of soft and soft colors, they are harmonized with all the styles of decoration.
A little useful and nice storage for your interiors, a beautiful gift idea!
To learn more about the "blockprint" technique
The ink pad used for prints is hollowed out in rosewood for the sake of absolute purity. Only the heart of the tree is retained, because none of the nodes must come to hinder the perfection of the block of wood. With this "blockprint" of natural vegetable ink, only one color per block, several blocks are therefore useful for the production of a print. The layers of ink will then be superimposed thanks to a strong hand pressure.
Pads are applied directly to 100% natural fabrics to form drawings. The irregularity of the pattern is quite normal during this manual operation, the vegetable ink will then dry in the open air and "evolve" to bring a "vintage" side to the fabric.
Today, the prints are more and more modern in order to harmonize with current decorating trends, but also thanks to the great designers who have brought this technique up to date. Shapes
geometric, which often inform us about the region of India or sublime foliage patterns for a softer and feminine spirit.
Their pastel colors will fit easily with your interiors.