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Blogs by Kolka

  • 10 Unexpected Uses of a Kantha Fabric

    10 Unexpected Uses of a Kantha Fabric

    Kantha bedspreads are greatly desired around Australia. But not always for the reason you think 😏 Did you know all the other uses of this versatile hand stitched and hand printed kantha fabric?

  • Wondering if cushions are worth buying?

    Wondering if cushions are worth buying?

    When we think of a space makeover, we look at the bigger things- curtains and window treatments, the paint palate, the rugs, the furniture plan, etc. What most people clearly miss out on are cushions

  • 21 baby room ideas

    21 baby room ideas

    Neutral linen? When it comes to nursery linen, neutral doesn’t have to mean subdued. Try a gender-neutral patterned-quilt from Kolka Baby Collection – in bright prints.

  • The Block 2023 in Hampton

    The Block 2023 in Hampton

    The Block Shop's guide to styling The Block 2023 in Hampton - We take you through our top tips for styling a home in Hampton, the home of The Block 2023.

  • How to Hand Block Print a fabric?

    How to Hand Block Print a fabric?

    The art of hand block printing has been practised for centuries in India. Beautiful traditional textiles are created by craftsmen using wooden blocks that are generally dyed with mineral and vegetable dyes.

  • How to Wash Hand Block Printed Fabric

    How to Wash Hand Block Printed Fabric

    How to care for hand block printed fabric? Kolka products are individually hand block printed, on pure natural cotton using eco friendly and chemical free dyes. Visit our FAQ page to learn more.

  • Revival of Traditional Indian Artistry

    Revival of Traditional Indian Artistry

    The centuries-old Indian art of hand-block printing is amidst a revival.  It's a traditional Rajasthani way of life and an income source for the hundreds of communities in the area. A sustainable homewares label, Kolka, and a celebration of artistry, allure, craftsmanship and friendship.

  • Tea plantation - A kid's lifestyle

    Tea plantation - A kid's lifestyle

    "Um legit you’re a tea princess? I surely felt like a princess when I was at home! My daddy was a tea planter in the lush green fields of Assam (North East India), and as such was part of a culture which had not changed for over a century left behind by the British Aristocracy during their reign in India.