Jon Dioffa

Meb-Rure's Colorful Chairs and Ottomons Make the Best of Trashed Silk

by , 09/25/13

recycled materials, recycled silk, meb-rure, green design, sustainable design, fair trade

Fabric waste becomes an end material for handcrafted furniture by Meb-Rure. Featuring a chair and ottoman, this fun and funky furniture duo is made of oak and recycled silk reclaimed from Nepal. The production of these bright and bold pieces also provides work opportunities for unemployed women from Nepal who produce the recycled silk textile by hand.

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