Mexican Artisan

Wood Soap Dish


Why We Love It
This wood ladder soap dish is handcrafted using upcycled wood, without any enamels or solvents, creating a beautiful home for your soap bar. Handcrafted by indigenous artisans in Mexico, this natural wood soap dish is designed to drain water and extend the life of your soap bars.

Artisans partner with local carpenters to upcycle leftover wood to create these beautiful soap dishes, preventing waste from ending up in landfills. 

Más Info

  • Single Size: 5 in x 4.2 in
  • Large Size: 10.8 in x 4.3 in
  • Prevents bar soaps from sitting in moisture, extending the life of bar soaps.
  • The airflow allows soap to dry quickly between uses.
  • Easy to clean
  • Made by indigenous artisans using sustainable, upcycled materials.
  • Free of enamels, solvents, or toxic chemicals.
  • 100% compostable.

Compostable • Handcrafted • Sustainably-sourced Wood

These natural household items are made with love by an indigenous community dedicated to the sustainable and artisanal production of brushes and sponges from vegetable fibers, such as agave henequén, agave lechuguilla, and ixtle de maguey. For over 25 years, the community has produced personal and home care products while employing local artisans, mostly women.

The products are made in the state of Hidalgo, Mexico. Each item is handmade by ixtle lechuguilla artisans, carvers, and weavers, creating a bond of a sustainable economy. They also take great care to source raw materials sustainably: the wood is upcycled from furniture makers’ scraps, and fibers are harvested sustainably according to ancestral traditions that have allowed agave plants to flourish for millennia.

Natural, Untreated Wood