Diane Pham

Woven Recycled Denim Cot is a Modern Take on the Charpai

by , 11/02/10
filed under: DIY, Recycled Materials

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Too many guests crashing at your pad, but too few couches? Here’s a Recycled Denim Challenge finalist that offers a brilliant solution. Designed by Siddharth Hirwani, this comfy cot is a modern take on the Indian charpai that uses recycled strips of denim instead of nylon. Fashioned from three-inch strips that are stitched together to create a flat surface, you can throw on a quilt or thin mattress and let your friends get some z’s in eco-friendly style.

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