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Unique & Stunning. Kakadu Art and Design in Woods funky home furnishings bring colorful interior decorating to your home or office for an unexpected level of whimsical beauty. Created in 1990 by husband and wife artist team Aharon and Reut Shaharhe a master carpenter, she an artistKakadu is a marriage of artistic talents producing functional items that are art. Whether you seek handpainted furniture or unique gifts from Israel, our handcrafted wooden products are a delight.
Stroll through our on-line gallery/store and delight in Kakadus unique wooden furniture and accessories. Looking for unique gifts? Try our coasters--youve never seen cuter! Want to brighten the front hall with colorful mirrors? Reflect on ours. Dont miss Kakadus wooden placemats, known worldwide for their durability and everlasting beauty. Are you looking for something truly magnificent? View our unique carpets. Kakadus all-wood vinyl-backed carpets are breathtaking as floor coverings or wall hangings.
Because Kakadu is Israeli art, our offerings are more than pretty designsthey are expressions of ideas through colors and symbols. Explore the stories behind our colorful art motifs and meet our talented Israeli artists by clicking on inside Kakadu.
Kakadus distinctive product line offers you unique interior design options. Our galleries in Israel are frequented by thousands of Israelis and tourists annually. We offer more than 100 different products, including trays, mirrors, carpets, placemats, office accessories, furniture, and stationery items. Each item is handcrafted wood that is handpainted with a signature Kakadu art motif, and lacquered to perfection for water resistance and durability. Throughout the processfrom the selection of wood to quality inspectionKakadu is committed to recycling and conservation, which the Shahars value as a key element in their creative process. Environmentally friendly furniture and accessories are the result.
And what of the name Kakadu? Kakadu is a white Australian parrot that is sacred to the Aborigines.