Tilnar Art - Fair Trade Homeware
We love how Tilnar Art offer home accessories which are outside of the standard marketplace. These are not the kinds of pieces which fit into the generic template, and they are all the more exciting for it. Working closely with artisans from Africa and beyond, Tilnar Art has begun to revolutionise the way in which people look at everyday accessories in the home. Starting in 2005, the founder of Tilnar Art, Tom Hawes, began to bring some truly unique designs into the UK home accessories market through his deep passion for travelling to Zimbabwe.
Fair trade and deeply original
Tilnar Art is able to shine a light on unbelievably talented and skilled crafts-people who are working under disadvantaged conditions and help them sell their products to a wider audience. All this is done without sacrificing the authenticity of the products themselves. They have that wonderful quality of being richly characteristic of their own context, whilst also being able to work in any modern setting. When you purchase your item of homeware, you can be happy in the knowledge that it comes from a company whose core principles are fair trade to their very foundation.
We are excited to be able to present an exciting collection of all sorts of finely crafted treats for the home. At once practical and elegantly stylish, these are accessories which simply tick all the boxes. The Azeti collection will be perfect for those who are looking for a minimalist touch to their designs. These recycled aluminium food safe bowls make the most of their material composition. They are also delivered in plastic free presentation boxes, so they are the perfect eco-friendly gift!
Meg Hawkins Collection
For those of you who prefer a more illustrative look to your kitchen items, we would recommend you exploring what the Meg Hawkins collection has to offer. The highly talented British watercolour artist Meg Hawkins specialises in wildlife painting, and here her work is beautifully merged with the aluminium bowls which have been finished with enamel, securing the high quality paintings and making the bowls food safe.