Handmade items tell a more compelling story, says lifestyle brand Nkuku, which believes ethical business is good business
often, the best part of a journey is arriving home – that small part of the world you’ve made your own. And the items we choose to fill our homes with connect us to the wider world, weaving a story about who we are, where we’ve travelled and what we stand for. Nkuku (Nuh-ku-ku) connects customers with craftspeople like Harlal, a leather craftsman from Rajasthan, and Puru, a potter from Tamil Nadu, ensuring each handmade piece – from armchairs to tableware – is made sustainably, using methods that don’t harm our planet.
It may span continents but Nkuku’s home can be found in the rolling hills of the Devon countryside - a heartland for traditional craft. Whether items are made in far-flung locations or just down the road, each piece is designed and crafted with a commitment to trading fairly. From locally made furniture to handmade journals from Rajasthan, each individual piece is crafted using traditional methods specific to the region in which they were created. Discover the full collection online at Nkuku.com.