All Rugs Handwoven In Colombia

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Tapistelar products are sustainable, completely handmade, colored with natural pigments, last a lifetime, beautiful and customizable.

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A unique combination that produces long-lasting, elegant and “decontracté” textural feel to the beautiful rugs.

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A project that preserves the traditional Colombian weaving chain, opening it up to international design.

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The Magic in the Details

All of Tapistelar’s rugs are made to order using manual looms and fique fibre with pure copper, stainless steel and/or brass threads; or only in natural fique fibre if preferred.

Designed in Rome and produced in Bogotá, the studio’s refined pieces are handwoven mainly from Furcraea fibre, known locally as fique, by skilled Colombian artisans. Honouring a centuries old technique, each rug requires a laborious weaving process that takes up to 40 days to complete.

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Weaving Luxury - How We Do It

The fibres used in our designs come from fique plants grown and processed by local families in the mountainous region of Santander, Colombia. To extract the fibres from the leaves, they cut the outermost layer of the plant –so that it may continue growing– and manually remove the pulp. The resulting fibres are dried in the sun, while the pulp is used as fertiliser in nearby crops.

The dried fibres are then immersed in boiling water, dyed with natural dyes, and once again sun-dried. Next, they comb the fibres to soften them and separate the short fibres from the long ones, as only the latter are used to weave the carpets in manual looms once transferred to Bogotá.

TAPISTELAR TRIBE

Radicondoli - Tuscany

Corralito Rug

Radicondoli - Tuscany

Corralito Rug

London - United Kingdom

Bold Edition Rug

Radicondoli - Tuscany

San Gil Rug

Rome - Italy

Bold Edition Rug

Bodrum - Turkey

San Gil Rug

Puerto Banùs - Spain

Corralito Rug

Breakfast Room - Austria

The Staple Rug

Manhattan - NYC

Staple Lines Rug

Paris - France

Project Runway Rug

Miami - USA

Bespoke design

Rome - Italy

Staple Lines Rug

Capalbio - Tuscany

Bold Edition rug

Casa Tapistelar - Roma

Corralito Rug

Forte dei Marmi - Tuscany

San Gil Rug

Rome - Italy

Corralito Rug

Chalet FC - Switzerland

Bold Edition Rug

Capalbio - Tuscany

Bold Edition rug

Forte dei Marmi - Tuscany

Cienaga Rug

Roma - Italy

Bold Edition rug

Roma - Italy

Curumanì rug

House KH - Tyrol Austria

San Gil Rug

House FC - Switzerland

Bold Edition Rug

Rome - Italy

San Gil Rug

Chalet FC - Switzerland

San Gil Placemats

Rome - Italy

The Corralito Rug

House KH - Tyrol Austria

Staple Rug

Puerto Banus - Spain

Project Runway Rug

Noto - Sicily

A Rhombus is Forever Rug

Rome - Italy

Rome - Italy

The Corralito Rug

Cannes - France

Bold Edition Rug

Colombia

The Tebaida Rug

Rome - Italy

Capalbio - Tuscany

Bold Edition rug

Munich - Germany

Milano - Italy

The Project Runway Rug

Zagreb - Croatia

IT Mykonos Restaurant - Greece

Rhombus is Forever textile

Rome - Italy

Rome - Italy

Parma - Italy

Italian Alps

Project Runway rug

IT Tulum Restaurant - Tulum Mexico

The Curumaní Rug applied as bar counter

Casa GS - Rome

Holland Park - London

Scirocco Breeze textile applied as roman shades

Rome - Italy

Underwater textile applied as roman shades

Rome - Italy

Curumanì rug

Rome - Italy

Textile applied as lampshades

Munich - Germany

Project Runway rug

Flat CR - Rome

Ituango Rug

Chalet FC - Switzerland

San Gil Placemats

Milan - Italy

San Gil placemats

Roma - Italy

San Gil placemats