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Recycled Silk Furniture by Meb Rure

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What fun and whimsy lurks in this recycled silk furniture. Not to mention color! Using recycled silk yarns from Nepal, and American White Oak, this is a sustainable furniture trio. Award-winning Istanbul-based designer Meb Rure turns fabric waste into this fantastic furniture. Legs are designed to be easily removable for more economic shipping. And the comfort of these pieces - you've all seen the mattress commercials where they promise more comfort with individual coils - this is that, expanded to other furniture. The colors are so royal looking and vibrant, no wonder explorers traveled the silk road in search of them. The three pieces are chair, ottoman and stool - mix and match or why not get all three? See how marvelous they look against white painted brick, below and imagine a room in your house that needs picking up. These pieces are designed to be the focal point of the room and conjure up dreams of genies and three wishes. And there are three pieces in this collection...coincidence? I think not.

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This chair looks super-comfortable!

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The silks are graced with vibrant colors.

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Legs remove easily for shipping (or moving).

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More information: Meb Rure

Posted in Furniture on October 3, 2013 6:37 PM

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