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Tea and Textile Tales at Biku

As you may have seen on social media, we're holding our first pop-up store and event in Bali tomorrow, April 18th.

We are putting together an amazing range of textiles, baskets, rugs, scarves, and a great selection of work from our partners. We are also bringing a few new products we've been developing right here in Bali, like our all natural dye agave sisal fiber rugs.

If you're in th
e area, come and visit and we can tell you the stories behind each piece: where it was made, what it was used for and which materials and natural dyes were used. You might even fall in love with something! We will be at Biku Seminyak from 10am to 11pm. 

Here are some of the beauties you'll find:

Recent Press

In other exciting news, Threads of Life made it to 
Condé Nast Traveller's 30 Things We Love About Bali in April:

AND into the Telegraph's In Awe of Bali's Arts and Crafts article!

What an honor! Take a look:

Best wishes,

W illiam, Jean, Pung, Choy and everyone 
at Threads of Life and the Bebali Foundation
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Fresh from the Studio loom. All natural dyes using indigo & sustainably harvested mangrove tree bark. 

Only at the Gallery for now!
Jalan Kajeng 24
Ubud, Bali
Open from 10am to 7pm
Umajati Retreat


Rated #1 of 278 Specialty Lodging in Ubud on TripAdvisor and winner of TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence 2014



Surrounded by tranquil rice fields,Umajati is a lush garden property hosting two elegantly converted 100-year-old Javanese teak wooden homes that provide 21st century living in 19th century houses. Umajati is just 10 minutes north of Ubud and offers daily, weekly or monthly rentals hosted by Balinese house-keepers and cooks who specialize in healthy and vegetarian food. 

  • 1-bedroom house: 
    USD 190* p/night. 
  • 2-bedroom house: 
    USD 245* p/night. 

* 10% Discount 

for direct bookings 

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