Walking on Country DecoRug Rug Range
We have collaborated with DecoRug to create this unique collection of artworks for your floor. Walking on Country tells stories of country from the land and sea through inspiring artwork rugs.
These uniquely designed rugs are of the highest quality and are each individually hand-made with a tufting technique.
Saretta has worked with DecoRug's in-house designer to perfect each colour and designs, from yarn types and textures to truly represent the original artworks these rugs have been inspired from and each story they tell.
Each modern rug is hand-tufted with Wool and Viscose by skilled artisans in India.
It has a dense 20mm pile height feeling luxurious underfoot. Available in two sizes, we currently have 3 designs available with 3 more to come.
Each rug comes with an Authenticity certificate including the story and artists profile.
Middens Rug 160 x 230 cm
It’s been over 2 years in the making, starting at the 2019 Supply Nation Connect trade fair, held every year for Indigenous and First Nation businesses and a few challenges along the way like COVID-19 but My new ‘Walking on Country’ range is now available in DecoRug stores and now online!
Kaling - Awabakal for Water
This design shows the beautiful oceans that are found in the tribal land of the Worimi People (Stockton) area. Set along miles of sand dunes (largest in the Southern hemisphere) these waters are invitingly turquoise and abundant with fish. But beware! More often than not, large sharks sit just off the breakers feeding on the massive amount of marine life available
Poona - Awabakal for Dust
The Poono design is raw and organic relating to artwork drawn in dust or sand, a temporary art form practiced by Aboriginal people. Ochre colours within the work reflect back to the use of natural rock and minerals ground into dust and mixed with water to create paint for artwork
The Middens design represents midden mounds, found around Australia’s waterways.
The middens are huge hills that have grown over years of discarding shell from shellfish eaten by Aboriginal people around Lake Macquarie.