Luxury and recycling can easily go hand in hand, especially when you see a healthy, happy life as luxury. Silk has long been considered a naturally luxurious material and has regained its glory even after use. Seeing beauty in the past and knowing how to revamp its shine, Istanbul-based designer Meb Rure created the Recycled Silk Chair, Ottoman and Stool. These three furniture items turn fabric waste into creatively colored showpieces for the home.

The furniture family showcases an ethnic inspiration, attracting with modern visual appeal while conquering the user with a comfortable seating experience. These colorful silk balls filled with sponge are recycled silk yarns from Nepal resting on white American oak frames. Simple and beautiful, the ecological furniture family is also easy to assemble and disassemble due to its screw-on legs. If you look around your home, there is surely a perfect place these cheerful objects.

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