Is it a stool? Is it a planter? Well, yes, is the answer, depending upon your wont. This fabulously large and colourful piece is hand-woven with recycled rags over a robust wire frame. One way up, it makes great extra seating, and the other it is a magnificent plant pot (with a waterproof one added to the inside encasing plant roots of course). This amazing piece of weaving brightens up any room, either way up, but in the words of the antipodean songstress Gabriella Cilmi, “the world’s a better place when you’re upside-down”, whichever way that may be!
Supplier Info: The supplier of this elaborate piece employs just over forty people who work in combination, as and when required, at their homes and at the factory. Traditional techniques are involved in the manufacture of their items, and materials can often include, iron, brass, glass beads, jute and recycled rubber tyres. Employees receive a yearly bonus and also financial assistance for the education of their female children to encourage equality and independence.
Why we love this product!
- Fair Trade
- Fantabulously large
- There’s a right way and a wrong way. It depends purely upon how you view the world.
Diameter: 53cm H: 43cm