Yoru Indigo Wall Hanging
The ancient technique of Japanese indigo dyeing is so artful, that we just had to make it into a wall hanging. Featuring a richly saturated indigo contrasted with a striking half moon outline, this piece brings a sense of calm and beauty anywhere you style it.
Hand-dyed from all-natural indigo plants using the Ita Jima (with wood plates) style by Chiharu, a master dyer in Oki City, each wall hanging is dip-dyed over four times to achieve these shades of indigo. From start-to-finish, it takes a day to complete, all made in a fair-trade environment.
- Indigo wall hanging
- Maple wood rug hanger
Note: Since this is a handcrafted item, each wall hanging is one-of-a-kind – expect variation in hues and patterns.
Indigo Hanging - 36"H x 24"
Wood Hanger - 24"L x 1.75"H x 1"D
Indigo Hanging - 55% Cotton, 45% Linen
Wood Hanger - Maple Wood
Download visual assembly instructions HERE.
The Oki Indigo Studio
“I want to create art for the everyday, art to decorate your life.”Learn More
33° 12' 60" N
130° 25' 59" E
Made with higher standards. We preserve artisan craft by paying wages that average 2x the fair trade requirement.
Never wash your wall hanging in a washing machine - this will cause the natural dyes to bleed and ruin the rich color of the fabric. Dry cleaning is the best option for removing stains or occasional cleaning.
Always free shipping within the continental U.S.
Exchanges and returns for store credit are free.
Prefer a refund? A single re-stocking fee will apply:
$0 (no fee) for just bedding and/or towels
$25 for most other returned orders
$65 if your return includes oversized items (area rugs, furniture, mirrors)
Easy returns within 30 days of delivery.
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This is a very beautiful textile with gorgeous colors and detail. I was a little disappointed in the quality of the wood bar that holds up the fabric. For the cost, I thought that it would look more finished. But overall, I’m happy with it. And it looks pretty in my dining room.
This was my partner’s birthday present. She was so happy to open it; I loved watching her face as she unfurled it.
True indigo tapestries are rare, especially those with a unique aesthetic. These being hand-dyed, the result for each is one of a kind. A special piece, which I'm happy and proud to own.