Lauhala Matting

Lauhala, which in Hawaiian means simply "leaf of the hala tree", has its roots in antiquity. Little has changed over the years in the making of lauhala save the tools. The technique itself has been passed down from generation to generation, mother to daughter, since tribal times.

Lauhala leaves are a rapidly renewed resource, indeed the Pandanus trees from which they are derived grow throughout the Hawaiian Islands. The artistry of the braiding, or "plaits" and the durability of the material lends itself equally well to bringing a tropical beauty to door or wall, and is rugged enough to enliven outside bars and pavilions without concern for weather. Can be cut or trimmed without unraveling.

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