Vintage Sari Fabric, Recycled

In honor of Earth Day, how about the many ways you can recycle sari textiles! Here are a few ideas saved at my Pinterest Board Vintage Sari Fabric, Recycled

Chair reupholstered with sari fabric, via Eclectic Gipsyland on Flickr:

One-of-a-kind ottoman covered with sari fabric, which was sold at West Elm:

West Elm Kantha Ottoman

A chair via Ruby Star Traders:

Sari Covered Chair via Ruby Star Traders

Kantha quilted sari pillows at West Elm:

West Elm Pillows with Kantha Cloth

Sari quilt ottomans by HAY:

I love the little patched areas you see on some of them, like this:

Here, red and lime green wool fibers are fused with a vintage silk sari to create a one-of-a-kind work of wearable art. By The Red Sari:

Sari Scarf via The Red Sari

This is a silk sari rugs from Elte. The silk from saris is unraveled and then hand-knotted into rugs:

Silk Sari Rug by Elte

Chinoiserie Chic shares stools that were once available on Etsy, that are covered with antique sari fabric:

Dining Stools Covered with Sari Fabric

A bed in John Derian’s home in Provincetown, Massachusetts is dressed with a vintage sari bedspread, shown in Vogue Living:

Vintage Sari Fabric on John Derian Bed

Some of these are so rich and colorful — you can bring the same into your home. Check out Pinterest Board Vintage Sari Fabric, Recycled for many more ideas!

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6 Replies to “Vintage Sari Fabric, Recycled”

  1. I’ve been meaning to look up your new site for a few days liaveng a comment has been the catalyst I needed! You must have some gorgeous vintage stashed away by now and I’m longing to see what you make with it.

  2. Muy linda la idea de tapisar los muebles con telas, felicitaciones arriba esta equivocado mi comentario

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