Abaca Storage Tray | Aqua + Pink
A special way to organize the small things. Inside a drawer, or displayed on a desk or table. These handwoven rectangular trays will get you organized, quickly, and beautifully.
With so many unique ways to be neat and practical, this multipurpose handwoven tray is the perfect addition to your contemporary home. With a neutral-colored design and ample interior space, it has the perfect balance of utilitarian and chic.
The basket is made of seagrass by weavers from a cottage industry in Bicol, Philippines. Whether you place it on the countertop or table, it's sure to set the mood for your kitchen.
- WOVEN BASKET MATERIAL
- Abaca, Musa textiles, a close relative of the banana plant. Harvesting abaca is labor-intensive. Each stalk must be cut into strips, which are then usually scraped by hand to remove the pulp. The long white fibers are then washed and sun-dried. Abaca fiber is strong, durable, biodegradable, and eco-friendly.
- Color: Aqua + Pink
- Specs: 3"Lx8.5" Wx3"H
- Material: Seagrass
*Due to the handmade nature of our pieces, there may be slight variations in size, color, and pattern from item to item.
Bring the spirit of community to your home with sustainable and ethically made artisanal goods!
Introducing NEEPA HUT
NEEPA HUT is connecting communities with handwoven goods that are specially crafted to meet all of your home decor needs. From catchall baskets to woven rugs, the brand’s beautifully made collection of products brings the spirit of togetherness straight to your home.
Values & Social Impact
NEEPA HUT makes a difference by empowering women artisans from areas in Southeast Asia that are affected by natural disasters, poverty, and overdevelopment. NEEPA HUT supports the skills and livelihoods of these artisans by promoting their traditional methods of craft making that creates one of a kind masterpieces.
About the Founder
Founder Jennifer Shum Abelev created NEEPA HUT after spending time with artisan communities in Southeast Asia. Jennifer became so inspired by these artisans that she decided to leave her career in finance and build her own brand with the artisans she had met in the hopes of sharing the spirit of community with everyone.