Made from recycled materials and driftwood, these small works of art are unique in the creative scene and the coolest lifestyle decoration this summer.
The ideal Croatian souvenir this summer are works of art made from recycled materials by Drveni val studio. If you are looking for unique handmade souvenirs with a story, creative studio Drveni val has got you covered.
The owner of the studio, Željka Komorčec, started her creative story 4 years ago, making houses for pendants, small-format pictures and colourful frames as a hobby, all from sea drifts and similar materials that the people had already neglected.
As the business outgrew the boundaries of social networks, Željka, inspired by the coast, opened a craft store and showroom in Novi Vinodolski.
From pendants and frames, to real clocks, art in the form of shells, hangers and even lamps, Drveni val has become a symbol of every city on the Adriatic.
Adding the recognition of the symbol and ecological awareness, Drveni val artworks created a combination of traditional and contemporary Adriatic.
Drveni val is particularly proud of three products – Škura (traditional shutters) art, a hanger for keys or whatever you want, and a key ring in the shape of a house.
Škura are a continuation of the already recognisable Drveni val miniatures, in which the central role is played by a row of houses, the tree canopy, the sea and the obligatory sunrise or sunset. You no longer have to imagine the ideal view from the window.
Initially conceived as a key hanger, the Drveni val accessory has become much more. You can also use the hanger for storing clothes, kitchen towels, or as the owner of Drveni val studio says, for anything you want.
Keychains are more popular than magnets right now, if shoppers at gift shops across the coasts are to be believed.