MAKE AN IMPACT ON MORE THAN JUST YOUR DECOR.
Every creation on Casa Handmade is sourced through an ethical supply chain. When you buy from CASA, you're not just bringing home a one-of-a-kind handmade piece, you're supporting the community it was created in. You're helping artisans feed their families by doing what they do best: creating beautiful works of art.
A Word from the artisans
With the pandemic, you don't understand how much of an impact that you're making for our family. From the bottom of our hearts, we wanted to thank you for supporting our craft and ability to provide for our family in these tough times. We hope our crafts are a nice addition to your home.
(translated)Abelina y GregorioMexico
Hammam towels has been our family's passion for centuries. We wanted to thank you for helping us maintain our culture and history by supporting our art and taking a piece of Türkiye with you. May these towels serve you and your family for years to come.
Own a work of art
Casa Handmade selectively curates our products so that you can experience the best in artisanal talent and culture. Everything on our site is handcrafted, and no two pieces are the same.
About Casa handmade
Casa Handmade was made with the goal of preserving, progressing, and celebrating the diverse craft cultures around the world—while also creating sustainable, calculable change for our artisans and the communities they live in.
What started as a project bringing fine Mexican crafts to America transformed into a movement of empowering artisans worldwide. Allow our site to act as your map and compass as you trek the globe for one of a kind products. Find pieces that will bring a unique style to your life and home with the knowledge you are supporting artisans from developing villages. Our mission is to give back to these creators with the same passion that they put into their creations. We have removed the border, distance, and logistical restrictions that have otherwise inhibited these artisans from achieving their personal artistic and earning potential. From ceramicists in Oaxaca, Mexico to weavers in Alanya, Turkey, by expanding their network of customers to outside their villages and nearby towns, we are not just increasing their income, we are empowering them to spend less time working on selling their pieces and more time doing what they love.
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