Our latest collection of silk scarves from Sop Lan are finally in the Chiang Mai shop!
Visiting Thi U Lu, one of our weaving centers in Sop Moei District. Thi U Lu is the village where we first started weaving textiles in 1988. It has since grown into the largest of our weaving centers, employing many women who weave on a full-time basis. The village is still […]
Although Sakura Season is still a ways off, we’re already in search of the perfect pink! Check out our latest additions to the wall hanging and pom-pom throw range in the Chiang Mai shop.
Our latest stripe variation is finally in the shop and available as different products or by the meter. Woven in Khong Phung, this 100% cotton textile is colourful, durable and endlessly versatile. Perfect for cushions, mattress covers or why not that chair you’ve been wanting to re-upholster? Available in both the Chiang Mai and […]
New Winter Collection in the Chiang Mai shop White and black chenille cushions Plum, white and dark blue sitting cushions Table runners in cool grays, subtle blues, snowy whites and a hint of aubergine Matching accessories, wall hangings and lamp shades
Looking to add a splash of colour to your home? Or searching for a dramatic drape? Why not try decorating with raw silk – this beautiful fabric has lovely […]
In October 2012 the TV crew from Thai Channel Modern 9’s Chan Rak Muang Thai visited Mae Tola to interview Kent. The program aired on November 25 – if you missed it you can watch it in four parts here below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDRJ1UT-IQYhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQnXShCW6hshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iisuy9r5JsMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6w-tjCm0_0U Chan Rak Muang Thai (I love Thailand) is […]
7 Dec (Fri) – 15 Dec (Sat) At Sop Moei Arts Bangkok Shop on Sukhumvit 49 Open everyday during the promotion period from 9.30 am – 5 pm New Product Promotion! Our classic knife sheath basket is now available in medium size. It comes with […]
The Burmese rice storage basket has over the years become one of Sop Moei Arts best selling baskets. As the name suggests, this basket has its origins in Burma as a storage container for rice. For contemporary use, however, this basket is very versatile. The lid of the […]
Introducing our new Rainbow silk scarf collection, hot off the looms in Sop Lan, Omkoi. Available in both the Chiang Mai and Bangkok shops.
Two hundred kilometres west of Chiang Mai lies the district of Omkoi. With ridges topped with pine, this high plateau is known as one of Thailand’s coldest winter destinations, and a great escape from Chiang Mai’s wilting summer heat. Here the slopes, mountaintops and valleys are dotted with small […]
It can sometimes seem as if Chiang Mai is awash with bamboo baskets! You can find them at local markets, the Chiang Mai walking street and the Night Bazaar. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are made with materials ranging from bamboo, rattan, grasses and even […]