Ikat, a fabric dyeing technique originating from Indonesia, brings unique and timeless patterns to life. Unlike traditional weaving methods, ikat fabrics are first dyed and then hand-woven. Before weaving, the threads are covered with a waterproof material. Each of these stages makes Ikat fabrics unique. Every single pattern of Ikat, whose raw material is predominantly silk, has characteristic features. Some even describe this uniqueness as imperfect beauty. Because every time a different and specific beauty comes out of the weaving loom. Each one is unique, independent and original.
Ikat, which has a long historical journey, is a timeless fabric and pattern that can easily be matched with modern designs. Ikat patterns often feature bold geometric motifs, abstract designs or intricate floral patterns and can vary depending on cultural influences. These motifs, which were born in Asian lands and continue to travel the world for centuries, are thought to radiate spiritual, strong and positive emotions. It is the meeting of craft and art on silk.