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Scholten & Baijings Adds Some Color to Traditional 17th Century Dutch Willow Weaving

Posted By Ana Lisa On January 13, 2012 @ 5:20 pm In Green Products,Sustainable Materials | No Comments

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Inspired by traditional 17th century Dutch weaving techniques, Scholten & Baijings [1] designed a series of brightly colored containers and named them ‘Serious Business’. Measuring 10 inches diameter and 8 inches high, each bowl combines a touch of color with woven willow [2] made from very thin strips of the dried plant. You can find them for sale here at Thomas Eyck [3].

+ Scholten & Baijings [1]

Photo © Thomas Eyck [3]


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[1] Scholten & Baijings: http://www.scholtenbaijings.com/

[2] willow: http://inhabitat.com../gorgeous-hand-woven-wicker-furniture-showcases-traditional-chilean-craft/

[3] Thomas Eyck: http://www.thomaseyck.com/

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