Want a new, neutral decor piece to update your space?  We love the Fleche and Fringe Arrows in Steel as a beautifully understated and artfully edgy accent for your favorite room.  If you're spending more time than you thought possible in your home office or your teen is desperate to redecorate his or her bedroom to make it Google Classroom-ready, or even if your littlest one-to-be has a gender-neutral nursery planned, the hand-woven, natural cotton fringe and the hand-pounded detailing on this arrow will make quite the statement.

Using upcycled steel drums, a copper finish, and natural cotton accents, the young men of HUGG Mission Market have hand-crafted each piece, so that it speaks volumes of the hopes that each of them has in leaving their lives on the streets of Haiti to using employment and empowerment programs through HUGG to create new futures.  Tumultuous politics and multiple natural disasters wreaked havoc on families in Haiti, resulting in far too many children becoming homeless with little hope for escape.  HUGG and our other Haitian partnerships offer a hand up, not a hand out, to these children and adults so that they can begin to rebuild their lives in a sustainable way.

Fleche and Fringe Arrow - Steel

    • 19” L x 18” W 
    • Upcycled Steel Drum
    • Natural Cotton Cord 
  • Handmade in Haiti by HUGG Mission Market

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