"The versatile future of sustainable lifestyle"
Like bamboo fibre, but with better moisture absorption capacity and fineness, Banana fibre is another versatile and biodegradable alternative to plastic. Also known as Musa, Banana Fibre is the strongest among natural fibres used today. While Japan has already started using it to make traditional Kimonos, Indian Fabartistry is one of the few entrepreneurs utilizing it to make rugs, mats, and runners.
While Banana is regarded as one of the most nutrient-rich and versatile foods, it has another surprisingly good use as well. Fabartistry has introduced a collection of runners and mats made out of banana fibres as a collaborative effort with the rural artisans of India. The biodegradable alternative to plastic rugs and runners is surprisingly stylish and quite alluring.
Wash and CareTo preserve their shelf life, Banana Fibre mats should be kept away from moisture. Drying it well after wiping it with a wet cloth is essential to prevent mold.