About Kalavilasa

What's Kalavilasa?

Craft is an economic resource available with a large number of people living in rural areas, particularly those who are not engaged in agriculture. It can be used to improve their socio-economic condition, and thus prevent their migration to urban areas, often accompanied with terrible social consequences. Kalavilasa is a rug design company based in Bangalore, functioning as a social enterprise. Founded in 2012, Kalavilasa is committed to create a trusted brand of rugs, by focusing on innovation and creativity. The rugs which we produce are handmade by craftpersons, working only with natural fibres and using a variety of techniques such as hand-tufting and dhurrie-weaving. We work in close collaboration with the master weavers who represent the second or third generation of a glorious rug-weaving tradition in the states of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh in northern India. Kalavilasa works with a strong emphasis on fair trade and labour, sustainable development, and contemporizing traditional craftsmanship. People fall in love with our rugs, which are created as unique pieces by playing with shapes, colours and textures. These rugs convey emotions and a sense of well-being.

Social Responsibility

From the year 2014-15 onwards, Kalavilasa shall allocate 1% of the value of the rugs produced, to a NGO working towards health, education and skill development of the craftspersons engaged in producing rugs. Kalavilasa is a socially responsible company, and guarantees that no child labour is used in the production of its rugs.
Designer Wool Carpet

Wool carpets add to the decor of the home and bring zest to it. Until now, you had to be content with the choices available in a home furnishing store. No more ! You can now get a customized hand-tufted wool carpet, created specifically for your lovely home. Read more

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Kilim

Kilims, originally produced in Iran, Turkey and central Asia, are the most refined of all the flat-weave rugs. They are known for their exquisite motifs, earthy colours and fine craftsmanship. Kalavilasa produces the kilims of highest quality, which are woven by the most experienced weavers. Kilims are woven in sizes such as 4'x6' and 5'x8', using the finest quality wool yarn.

Wool Dhurrie

Wool dhurries are a hot designer choice for almost any room. The most popular floor covering for centuries, the flat and tight weave of the wool dhurrie makes it extremely durable and perfect for 21st century interiors. They are a natural choice of casual settings. With the décor today tending to be increasingly flexible, dhurries are apt for more formal settings too. In addition to the Kalavilalsa online store, these dhurries are available for sale in popular online stores, and also in select craft-specific exhibitions like Dastkar. Read more

 

Cotton Dhurrie

Cotton dhurries can do more than just warm up the floors of your interiors; they can be a cultural statement as well. Kalavilasa produces some amazing cotton dhurries, which are sure to help you bring color, pattern and cultural style to your home.

Kalavilasa’s cotton dhurries are available in a broad spectrum of bright hues and sophisticated neutrals. Coveted for their graphic impact and easy, effortless chic, these dhurries are the perfect addition to any room. Read more
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KalaVilasa

1332, 7th Cross, 3rd Main, D Block AECS Layout, Kundalahalli, Bangalore - 560037 (Please visit by appointment) +91-98452-05420 info@kalavilasa.com
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