PADMA: 1-Tier Jute Macrame Plant Hanger
These beautiful, single tier plant hangers are hand woven from jute plant. This versatile shrub grows abundantly in Bangladesh, where the hangers are ethically made by women working within a large network of village cooperatives.
These exquisite hangers are in fact traditional Bangladeshi storage solutions, originally created to save precious space around the home and keep things like food, clothes and even kitchen utensils tidy and up off the floor. These aesthetic and sturdy hangers work exceptionally well with our woven baskets (our XL, L and M* baskets all fit the PADMA plant hanger nicely, and size L is the best fit) and when teamed with a beautiful basket they can be used to store or display anything from stationery to toiletries – and, of course, lovely, tumbling pot plants.
Purchasing one of these plant hangers helps to support the livelihoods of the communities who produce them. In continuing to place new orders with our partner cooperatives in Bangladesh we enable families to earn a fair wage locally, discouraging people from migrating to the overcrowded cities.
1 TIER - 120CM
Also available in two and three tier lengths.Please Note: Baskets are not included
HAND MADE IN BANGLADESH
The weavers are our life force - the sheer spirit of THE BASKET ROOM and the raw talent behind every fair trade basket we sell. Every woven basket has been worked on exclusively by one weaver, and each basket is their very own work of art before it becomes yours. Woven meticulously over a number of days, your basket has accompanied its creator on their daily errands from home to field to farm, enabling the weavers to earn a precious second income without having to give up their other jobs and responsibilities.
We’ve searched far and wide to partner up with the most remarkable artisans and networks of weaving cooperatives in Africa. We’re proud and privileged to regularly spend time with them all - getting to know the people, the raw materials and the harvesting, dyeing and weaving processes, first-hand.
The weavers take centre stage. These are their stories. Listen and share.
Where Are The Baskets Made?