Lov Edu Mandala Pattern Pink Kilim Carpet Boots
Designed in Ibiza and handmade in Morocco, these red, white and pink Kilim carpet boots with mandala pattern are of the highest quality soft leather and traditional hand woven kilim cloth, both old and new. Every Kilim is unique, and once it has been used up there will never be the same again. Only two pairs of boots are made per Kilim, so every pair is unique and a one-off. We have many more colours and patterns in stock, so if you do not find what you are looking for, contact us and we will find it for you. ----- About the brand Love'edu: Lov'edu Living was founded by Ibiza raised Anna Boettcher in 2013 in London. Today, Lov'edu is both a physical and an online ethical store that offers unique interior decoration, accessories, jewellery and lifestyle products. All items are handmade from natural materials, uniquely designed and fairly traded, so you can have the double satisfaction of buying something that makes you look and feel unique while knowing you've taken care of the planet and it's people. Lov’edu’s vibrant and eclectic collections of exceptional, handmade and fair trade pieces of home decoration, African Art, furniture, organic jewellery, accessories and other lifestyle items are crafted by talented artists from around the world, currently featuring designers from London, Africa, Thailand and Ibiza. Ranging from contemporary urban pieces from Nairobi's artisans and Ibicencan lifestyle articles to traditional Dogon carvings from Mali, all items are made from natural, often recycled or up-cycled materials. Each and every piece in Lov'edu has been hand picked, purchased, commissioned or designed by Anna herself, guaranteeing each item to have been sourced responsibly, traded fairly and produced sustainably. The Lov'edu store is based on the belief that an object can only be beautiful where it has been created and traded in a joyful and generous spirit. The aim is to support talent and creativity and showcasing products that have not only been a process of careful labour, but have returned something to the community and environment that produced it. Lov’edu wants to further promote this positive impact by giving 10% of its profits towards projects related to art, protecting the environment, furthering children’s and young people’s education, and creating economic opportunities for women.