‘Nami’ means ‘candy’ in Finnish and ‘wave’ in Japanese, which both you can see in the design of the rug.
Pure wool —
The special feeling of Nami is emphasized in its production method – Nami is handtufted from pure wool. As a material wool is easy to take care of as it rejects dirt naturally. Every Finarte rug is a unique, hand-made item.
High-Quality Artisan Work —
The Nami rug is hand-knotted by skilled artisans in India, where the Finarte rug collection has been crafted for over 25 years. Our aim is to combine the local weaving heritage and the Nordic design sensibility to create a shared view on beauty and sustainability.
The name Nami —
‘Nami’ means ‘candy’ in Finnish and ‘wave’ in Japanese, which both you can see in the design of the Nami rug. Designer Eri Shimatsuka is a Japanese designer who has lived in Finland since 2007, designing for Marimekko and Lapuan Kankurit besides her freelance work.
Atelier Collection —
Everyday creativity and self-expression are at the heart of Finarte’s collection for 2021. Our mission is to make every home a work of art – rug is the centerpiece and heart of your day at home, gathering furniture and functions around it. We long for authenticity and touch in today’s world. That’s why we rely on the lines drawn by our designers’ brushes and their personal human touch. We paint with casual brush- strokes – home is like a studio where you can experiment, be creative and play.