Originated from Vietnam. Nature. Village. Culture.

From sustainable materials to green growth

Stepping from the first small steps, we carefully select compostable materials. We believe embracing sustainability benefits not only the environment but also the long-term development of Vietnamese cultural heritage.


Seagrass is a species associated with the history of the craft village, from hundreds of years of encroaching on the sea. It can be seen as a symbolic plant for Kim Son - the original craft village of Artera Home.

After being processed, seagrass has high toughness, which is easy to bend to the desired shape. In addition, it has a natural luster and smooth surface and holds the color so well that we do not need to dye it. Therefore, we often use this material for decorative products such as carpets, wall decor, or placemats.



Rattan is associated with all regions of Vietnam. Besides being resistant to pests and diseases, rattan can live in different weather conditions, making it one of the primary raw materials for craft villages.

Due to its lightweight and flexibility, rattan is malleable into in-house pieces of furniture. Because of its extreme toughness, rattan is considered a staple of the Boho style - featuring curved, wavy furniture.


Water Hyacinth

In the past, water hyacinths' rapid development obstructed waterway traffic and polluted the environment. Later, water hyacinth was exploited as a potential raw material for craft villages, which has positively impacted the environment.

Because water hyacinth yarn is thick and large, it creates tight and firm weaving lines. Therefore, we mainly use this material for storage & organization products. To prevent water hyacinth from molding when exposed to water, artisans clean, dry, and steam it very carefully.



Originating from abroad but being imported to Vietnam hundreds of years ago, jute has accompanied the people of the Northern region in the war history to the present.

Jute has a brown color and natural gloss, so we take advantage of its rusticity to make wall decor. Its good water absorption is also very suitable for making rugs. After not in use, jute will decompose into the soil, which is environmentally friendly.


Mother of Pearl

Thriving in the coastal waters of Vietnam, mother-of-pearl originates from the inner layers of mollusk shells and is intricately cultivated by skilled artisans in local craft villages.

Known for its inherent elegance and ethereal quality, mother-of-pearl often takes center stage in handicraft home decor offerings. That’s why we love to infuse this raw material into our trays, plate, and wall art.

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