Christmas presents are especially important at this time of year.
Beautiful wrapping can make all the difference and can even cause a boomerang effect of emotions.
The paper you choose, the folds that give away the volume and size of what’s inside and whether or not it features a bow… it’s an art form that the Japanese have mastered perfectly.
This image is an angular architectural space that reminds us of a large Christmas present. Because of its geometry, it could be considered a cold place, but thanks to the inclusion of our wall covering, it becomes an endearing place to inhabit.
Christmas is just around the corner and we are all looking forward to spending quality time with our loved ones, enjoying meals together and exchanging presents that we have put so much effort into choosing.
On this occasion, the Furoshiki design from the Wander collection embraces us with joy and helps us learn about the importance of detail. It is the way the Japanese wrap their gifts and carry them, using colourful silk and cotton fabrics, always respecting the ethos of reusing everything. This technique has been employed since the 14th century.
Some fun ideas for wrapping your presents this holiday season with beautiful, recycled fabrics:
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