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Fair Trade Embellished Ottoman Foot Stool from India, "Rajasthani Patchwork"$99.95
Women working in textile studios in Rajasthan embroider and hand-bead the vintage fabric that adorns this colorful footstool, designed by Ganpat Mehta. Removable acacia wood legs make it easy to store, but a piece this versatile is likely to always find a use. Try it as a footstool, low table, or even extra seating at a party. Each footstool uses upcycled textiles in blue-green tones, but the unique materials ensure that no two designs will be exactly alike.
Fair Trade Embellished Ottoman Foot Stool from India, "Lapis Patchwork"$99.95
A patchwork of floral artistry brings Rajasthani elegance to this upholstered ottoman from India's Ganpat Mehta. Underscored by shades of blue, recycled swaths of fabric are diligently embroidered by women artisans in Rajasthan. Featuring sturdy iron rivets, the footstool stands on acacia wood legs, which are removable.
Recycled materials will vary, so please expect variations in patterns and color placement.
Floral Embroidered Cotton Stool from India, "Rajasthani Mandala"$99.95
This charming cotton stool by Indian designer Ganpat Mehta is handembroidered by women artisans in Rajasthan, India’s colorful “Land of Kings.” Standing atop acacia wood feet, the stool’s intricate stitching features a mandala - a Hindu representation of the universe and a guide on the path to enlightenment.
Fair Trade Embroidered Foot Stool from India, "Floral Fauna"$99.99
A peacock, elephants and a bluebird parade under a florid star in the design of this foot stool from India's Ganpat Mehta. The colorful composition is embroidered over off white cotton by women artisans in Rajasthan. Painted brass rivets secure the seat on the stool with mango wood legs, which are removable.