TREKO, which means ‘yarn of wool’ in native Chilean dialect, is a line of luxury textiles handcrafted on Chiloé, a remote island off the coast of Chile.
Fusing elements of striking individual design with traditional weaving and knitting, the textiles are made from 100% natural wool and are crafted using techniques dating from the 16th century, passed down within the Huilliche community.
Founded with the desire to preserve and share the work of these master artisans, TREKO combines a contemporary aesthetic with the time honored traditions of the region and its people.
Kuk (kûk) - meaning “handmade” in the native Chilean dialect. Inspired by the minimalist tones of the Chilean coastline, Kuk is a refined collection of blankets and pillows featuring distinctive, tightly woven fabrics with unique pops of raw wool.
Pewma (pā-oo-ma) - meaning “dream” in the native Chilean dialect. Bold stripes, playful pom poms and tactile fleece elements are woven together to create Pewma, a more contemporary collection of pillows and blankets for the home.
MAKUN (ma-kuun) - meaning “ traditional blanket” in the native Chilean dialect. Rich earth tones, subtle textures and ancient techniques combine to produce the Makun collection.
Crafted on ancient looms and utilizing natural dyes from bark, leaves, clay and moss, color and dimension come together to bring nature to the home.
KELGWO (kelg-wo) - meaning “ traditional loom” in the native Chilean dialect. A striking black and gold palette brings a minimalist sophistication via the Kelgwo collection.