An Interesting Gifting Idea: Ellementry Papier Mache Collection

New Year Gift Idea: Ellementry Papier Mache Collection

Lifestyle home décor brand Ellementryhas made an impressive mark in just a year of its launch with its impeccably handcrafted products. Celebrating simple luxury through exquisite and sustainable designs, Ellementry offers a refined way of living. They have recently launched a new collection of homeware articles made of papier-mache and wood.

The traditional craft of papier-mache is elevated to high art with the Aakoda Collection. It is a fine fusion of papier-mache and wood to achieve sublime shapes and contours. The muted shade further makes it a very nuanced collection. The subtle ikat pattern on the outer surface cements Ellementry’s philosophy of culturally-rooted design with the collection.

The charming Aakoda collection consists of fruit bowls, storage box, and candle stands. Made of natural materials like paper and wood, Aakoda is also an eco-friendly and sustainable collection. And it proudly ticks all the necessary criterion of an Ellementry product – cultural revival, fusion, form, and function. And of course, the highest food safety standards.

Paper and Wood Products Sustainable Design

Paper and Wood Products Sustainable Design

Paper and Wood Products Sustainable Design

Paper and Wood Products Sustainable Design

Paper and Wood Products Sustainable Design

About The Brand

Within a year of its launch, Ellementry, the lifestyle has transformed many a home with its unique aesthetics, inspired by the elements. Specializing in simple luxury through handcrafted exclusivity, Ellementry comes from a three-decade-long legacy of wowing the world with its exquisite and inspiring product range. It is the retail offshoot of Dileep Industries that has won many awards and accolades for exporting high-quality products to international brands.

With the belief that basic fundamentals of good living and design are as elementary as the unison of form and function, the brand focuses on the nitty-gritties. Their creations are contemporary, timeless and are borne out of responsible processes based on the six pillars: Handmade – by artists and craftspeople; Fusion – of beauty and utility, materials and finishes; Sustainable ­– from ideas to end product; Form & Function – the products look just as good as they do good; Culture Revival – reimagining through traditions; Food Safe – international standard materials and finishes.  

“We are a brand that designs handmade products that are not only beautiful, but functional too. We follow food safety norms as per international standards. Our success as we enter the second year of operations is a result of the tremendous response we have been getting from our customers.”– AyushBaid, Founder, Ellementry

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