Handwoven Pillows

Pillows by Petel Design seen at Pinhole Coffee, San Francisco - Handwoven Pillows
Pillows by Petel Design seen at Pinhole Coffee, San Francisco - Handwoven PillowsPillows by Petel Design seen at Pinhole Coffee, San Francisco - Handwoven PillowsPillows by Petel Design seen at Pinhole Coffee, San Francisco - Handwoven Pillows
This ethos was also reflected in her choice of interior design, which features colored art wall of acacia wood by Leah Rosenberg, handwoven pillows from textile crafters Petel Design, ceramics from Mitsuko of Tsuchikara Pottery, and of course, coffee from Blue Bottle and Verve.

Meet the Creator

"Petel creates beautiful objects from handloomed textiles crafted on rugged African looms. All items are hand stitched in San Francisco.

Petel Design was founded by Julie and Ibrahima Wagne in 2012.
Julie and Ibrahima met in Mauritania when Julie was in the Peace Corps and Ibrahima was teaching in the capital city of Nouakchott. Julie was eventually placed in Ibrahima’s home village and they fell in love.

After they married, they moved to San Francisco and began sending money back to Mauritania to Ibrahima’s family. But soon, they began to wonder what they could do to make more money and support the Mauritanian economy. They realized that they could use the beautiful unique Fulani handwoven fabric – much of which is vintage and widely available throughout Mauritania – to create beautiful products that they could sell in the United States and return the profits back to the country.
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