Ikkat Recycled Cotton Trunk
Handwoven with up-cycled black and white cotton and plastic wrappers, this multifunctional storage box is built on an iron frame. It features a classic ikkat pattern that serves a contemporary appeal. The box features a lid and serves great to store all things that don't have their own space, yet.
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.
Medium : 28 L x 15 W x 15 H
Large : 34 L x 17 W x 17 H
Care Instructions: Wipe down with a dry/damp cloth.
Hours to Weave: 5.5
#WastetoWow: 2 kgs (M) / 3 kgs (L)
Co2 savings: 7.2 kgs (M) / 10.8 kgs (L)
Rope Material: Recycled Cotton
Frame Material: Metal (Iron)
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 →
Self establishing entrepreneurial skills within the rural communities of Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh through income opportunities by leveraging pre-existing skill-sets in the community. An autobiographical essay by a Sirohian Artisan Zehra.
Sirohi attempts to enrich the lives of master artisans with technology and internet-based tools and empower them and their craft by providing them direct access to a global customer base. Going beyond this, also connecting artisans with designers from all over the globe to help them understand modern design sensibilities. Now we’ll talk about the one particular handicraft maker and outline the massive impact technology can make for the all artisans.
A key point Mansi highlighted was that most people still don’t know what sustainability truly stands for. "In this technical day & age, we’re constantly being bombarded with news and information all the time with no sure way of knowing whom to actually believe." This calls for people & brands to rise to the task of making sustainability simple & accessible for everyone out there.
It was during this time of uncertainty and confinement, that we at Sirohi came out with the Weave Your Own Mini Charpai Initiative which would engage people irrespective of their age or gender, and help them acquire a new skill. With the help of our DIY Mini Charpai kits, people could now create aesthetic & culturally grounded pieces of furniture for themselves, from the comfort of their homes.
In our most recent collaboration with 200 million artisans, we asked people to send us stories about the women in their lives who inspire them to think differently & act responsibly. This response shares the same sentiment & is an excellent example of the fact that inspiration can be found anywhere and anytime!
“I felt that while I have many sarees to wear, I also have many stories to share, for which I had never found the time before. Rather than being stressed and depressed because of the uncertainty the lockdown imposed on everyone, I wanted to turn it into an opportunity.” ~ Jyotsna Grover Sethi