The Home Observer: In the Shops

The Fruit Basket light fixture is $159 from Peddlers Home Design; to order, peddlersdesign.com, 800-391-4927.

The seat and back of the Airy Sette are woven of recycled cotton fiber; the frame is metal. It is 35-inches wide and costs $298 at Anthropologie, anthropologie.com, 800-309-2500.

The seat of the Nico Sari bench is made of recycled saris; the colors in each are slightly different. The bench is 54-inches long and costs $695 from Global Home, globalhomeny.com, 845-482-3652.

Boucherouite, vintage rag rugs from Morocco, are made of scrap fibers like cotton and nylon; each is handmade and is unique. The one, $2,200, is from a collection, $850 to $3,000, at Kea Carpets and Kilims, keacarpetsandkilims.com, 718-222-8087.

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Tom Dixon's Fresh Fat Easy Chair is made of extruded plastic that is formed by hand; each chair is slightly different; $3,400 at Property, propertyfuniture.com, 917-237-0123.

Jonathan Kline makes splint baskets and trays inspired by Shaker basketry. His materials come from trees he harvests in upstate New York. The baskets range in price from $200 to $4,000 (for a large flat tray) at Ruby Beets, rubybeets.com, 631-899-3275.

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