Taji Upcycled Plastic Stool
Intertwined using a weaving technique native to rural Uttar Pradesh and recreated using pure sheesham wood of an old almirah, this Taji stool is woven using an antique silver coir sourced from upcycled plastic bags and is great for indoor and outdoor small spaces.
Each Sirohi product is handwoven by skilled women artisans and is one of a kind. Rope colors may vary from the actual image, as materials used are subject to availability.
Dimensions (inch): 15 L x 15 W x 15 H
Care Instructions: Wipe down with a dry/damp cloth. Move indoors during rains.
Hours to Weave: 1.5
#WastetoWow: 7 kgs
Co2 savings: 10.5 kgs
Rope Material: Waste Plastic
Frame Material: Wood
We work closely with rural women artisans to make beautifully designed products using ropes made from clean, unused and hygienic waste waste from packaging units and fabric waste from textile units.Our Material Library →
We aim to bring back old forms of weaving and furniture styles that originated in pre-partition India, almost 5000 years ago, using contemporary designs to create functional pieces for modern Indian homes.Explore Our Techniques →
In an attempt to revive this dying craft, we aim to provide our trained artisans a global platform to market their products thereby creating a model of sustainable income and employment.People of Sirohi →