Handmade Senegalese wall Decor
Unique, handmade baskets from Senegal
When it comes to finding the perfect decorative item for your home, nothing quite compares to a handmade Senegalese basket. Not only are these baskets uniquely beautiful and eye-catching, colorful on your wall but they also serve a number of purposes.
Here’s why you’ll love this!
✓ Unique decor: Our baskets are the perfect way to bring a touch of Africa into your home as a decorative piece. Plus, the bright colors add a pop of personality to any room.
✓ Durable home storage: They’re sturdy enough to hold everything from magazines to firewood, and their natural coloration makes them a lovely addition to any decor.
✓ Provides an eco-friendly alternative to plastic bags: These baskets are not only beautiful, but they’re eco-friendly and sustainable! They’re made of natural materials like elephant grass, raffia, and recycling plastics.
✓ Hand-woven from natural materials: These one of a kind baskets are hand woven in Senegal using natural materials and recycling plastics that are native to the region.
Senegalese handmade basket
- Colorful triangle pattern
- Hanging side handles and hooded lid
- Each basket is hand woven; expect + or – 1.5″ variations in dimensions
- MATERIALS: Made from grass and colorful recycled plastic ribbons
- ORIGIN: Made in Senegal – West Africa. Hand-woven by Wolof women
CLEANING: Clean with a damp cloth
We can do any size and shape. Please contact Us.
All of our products are handmade, delicate, and one-of-a-kind. Products may vary slightly in size and design from photos. You might find little defects on them. Please accept them as natural and handmade charms when purchasing.
We use recycled materials for basket wrapping. It is necessary because it should be protected well for a long journey until your place. Please accept our effort for an eco-friendly stance.
Respect to my Brave Talented Senegal Basket Weaver
The Wolof people in Senegal are known for weaving colorful baskets from locally harvested cattail stalks and strips of plastic. They weave handmade baskets of different sizes and shapes over banter and shared laughs. These groups of women empower themselves and their tribe through the practice of this traditional craft.