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Salentu

Rugs inspired by Southern Italy,
handwoven in Nepal.

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Alternatively organic and architectural motifs inspired by the white, walled, palm-lined Southern Italian cities of Puglia’s Salento region provide the captivating backdrop for a new rug collection that is further distinguished by heirloom-quality craftsmanship, natural wool and silk, organic shapes, hand-finished edges, and opulent cut and looped piles.

Alternatively organic and architectural motifs inspired by the white, walled, palm-lined Southern Italian cities of Puglia’s Salento region provide the captivating backdrop for a new rug collection that is further distinguished by heirloom-quality craftsmanship, natural wool and silk, organic shapes, hand-finished edges, and opulent cut and looped piles.

Derived from studio founder Shanan Campanaro’s original watercolors, the collection’s seven patterns feature either muted, sun-washed hues depicting Salento’s limestone facades or rich, vibrant tones inspired by its olive groves, crystalline sea, and the opulent, timeworn interiors of its classical palazzos.

Derived from studio founder Shanan Campanaro’s original watercolors, the collection’s seven patterns feature either muted, sunwashed hues depicting Salento’s limestone facades or rich, vibrant tones inspired by its olive groves, crystalline sea, and the opulent, timeworn interiors of its classical palazzos.

All rugs in the Salentu collection are handwoven by artisans in a small, family-run factory near Kathmandu. Constructed from natural wool, with select blends and silk accents, they introduce an augmented 120 knot count for increased durability.

All designs are made to order and available in custom sizes and colors.

Eskayel’s heirloom-quality signature rugs are made in Nepal using premium natural silks and wools. Each is skillfully crafted and hand-knotted by heritage artisans using a variety of weaving techniques, ranging from Tibetan crossweave, high and low pile, and flat weave to semi-shag, shaggy, and Moroccan weave.

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