Marine Blue! We have added a new color to our selection of natural dyes. The first batch of rugs in Marine Blue will be coming in just a few days.
New Color- Marine
A new design, Propellor, inspired by Swedish Rya rugs. Arriving in about one week.
An 8×10 Box rug in a sunny palette.
A 6×8 Littlebox rug being finished.
Peace Industry is celebrating SF Made Week, May 5-11, with a sale on all in-stock baskets and nutmeg based rugs. Mom would really love a basket for Mother’s Day! She said so.
All in-stock nutmeg based rug will be 30% off. Any rug that is already discounted will not be subject to the sale. Approvals will be limited to one rug for 24 hours.
All in-stock baskets will be 20% off. Approvals will not be offered. All sales are final.
The sale price will NOT be available through the website. You must come in to the showroom. If you do not LIVE in the Bay Area you may call during business hours. Voicemail messages will not be returned or acknowledged.
Peace Industry is proud to be a contributing designer/producer in Ramp It Up!- SF Made’s celebration of local furniture and decor manufacturers. We will be showing our baskets and choobs made in our SF workshop.
When: May 7, 6-9pm
Where: San Francisco Galleria 101 Henry Adams street
Tickets are available at:
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We are excited to exhibit this year at The International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York where we will help you See The Other Side.
Our booth design is a fantastical reimagining of an actual event that occurred during the early travels that inspired our beginning. When we stopped to rest in the small town of Ardebil while traveling throughout Iran searching for traditional felt rugs we visited the local museum. As usual, there was a room-sized carpet. We lifted up the corner of the carpet to look at the the other side and noticed an intricately patterned felt rug underneath. It was evidence of a mysterious craft that proved impossibly elusive. Visitors will be encouraged to imagine that they are in that museum pulling back the rugs, encountering their own memories of discovery and revelation.
The idea for the new collection is designed around reversibility and flexibility. A Peace Industry rug is simply a sheet of wool felt that can be used on either side. This feature is being designed into each rug so that both sides are equally as beautiful and usable. New colors like fog and charcoal are deep and rich and are perfect as solids. Embroidered stitching and tribal remnants add one-of-a-kind details that can be removed later and redone in different colors and compositions. We hope to inspire artists and crafters to create works-in-progress during the life of the rug that evolve and act as a visual record of time and a meditation on seeing the other side.
New Arrivals are here! We are proud to introduce our new charcoal and fog blends which show off the reversible feature and offer a blank canvas on the reverse side. Have your rug artfully embroidered by us or DIY. We will show you how!
Please join us tonight at 6:00pm for a special performance by Rio En Medio and Shoko Hikage
Join us this Friday, the 7th from 5-8pm to shop Julie Cristello’s newest collection of jewelery made from leather, hand cast bronze, oxidized chain, and gold. Julie will be on hand to talk about her material selection and techniques.
Julie and I have shared our love of craft for years. I am thrilled to be able to finally have the chance to introduce her work to you. Support an amazing local artist and thrill your sweetheart with a bit o bling. Or just show up for a glass of bubbly and peruse the sale pile.
photo by Scott R. Kline
Looking for a fresh outfit for New Years Eve? Please join us this Saturday the 14th from 11-6pm to shop Lemon Twist’s newest gear all made in San Francisco.
New Paintings by Kelly Defayette
You are invited to the opening reception for Shades of Black- new works by Kelly Defayette. Please join us this Friday from 6-9pm at Peace Industry. Cocktails will be served on the deck.
Originally from the East Coast, Kelly DeFayette has been showing in the Bay Area for the past ten years. Ranging from brightly colored with a high gloss finish, to dark stains and matte surfaces, her geometric wood panels veer from tessellated formations to irregular polygons in differing depths. Each piece has the feel of a wall sculpture and the finish of an object.
Please RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org