Handwoven Hanging Baskets and Planters
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Take one look at these baskets, and we won’t be surprised if you pick up another fern or three the next time you’re out. They’re handwoven, so each one’s technically one-of-a-kind. Everything here is made with natural materials, too: Take your pick from a black jute planter, a holga plant fiber planter, or a three-tiered palm fiber number (we love that one for onions and garlic in the kitchen). What’s more? These gems are crafted by female artisans in Bangladesh—part of an initiative that partners with rural communities across the globe.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Natural: Hogla Plant Fiber
3-Tier: Palm Fiber
Black and Natural baskets measure 6" D x 6" H (3' with Hanger)
3-Tier baskets measure 5" D, 4.5" D, and 4.5" D x 21" H with hanger
Care & Notes +-
Spot clean. Do not rub.
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