This hand-crafted piece is created out of 3 layers of laser-cut walnut plywood and acrylic glass.
It measures 20cm x 1cm x 20cm
Each one of our layered compositions is designed to tell a story, express a thought, or share a memory.
You can mix and match our frames with our different 6 layered compositions and create your very own memory wall.
To hang this item in your chosen space, please use the provided 3M strip.
We make each and every product to order, so it takes a little bit of time to go from our hands to your door. You can expect a maximum of 7 working days for our frames to be ready in addition to standard shipping times.
Layers by Yara ships from Dubai, United Arab Emirates
|International delivery via Little Majlis' partner courier. Rates calculated at the checkout.
///// Because we use natural materials and each piece is hand-crafted, your item may vary in color, making it all the more unique! ///// Although we highly recommend to hang the piece in a bright space, we also urge you to keep it away from heat and humidity. ///// LAYERS by YARA products should not to be handled by children, they are for the eyes only. Please don’t hang the items above beds or keep within a child’s reach. ///// We make each and every product to order, so it takes a little bit of time to go from our hands to your door. You can expect our 6 layered pieces to be ready within a maximum of 15 working days and our twelve layered pieces within a maximum of 21 working days in addition to standard shipping times. If you select the courier delivery option, sometimes, shipping companies go through delays… We’re sorry if that happens, but we cannot be held responsible for those delays once your order has left our care. ///// And because every piece is made by order, we are unable to accept cancellations or offer refunds or exchanges. So please make sure you double check your order before checkout!
LAYERS by Yara is a collection of distinct design pieces that add motion, depth and expression to a space.
It all began with the idea of taking intricate designs drawn on a computer screen, and turning them into real, tangible layers of material.
For Yara, who worked for over a decade as a graphic and branding designer building these virtual layers, there was an urge to experiment with something she could touch, cut, feel. And so, using her imagination and her design skills, she spent countless hours experimenting with different materials, patterns and paints.
She brought it all to life with a layering technique inspired by designers who use the magical accuracy of laser cut machines.
She then sands, paints, varnishes and assembles each and every layer by hand.