Salvaged roots and driftwood reflect natural homeware trend

Indigenous Driftwood Collection mirror

Autumn is in the air, so introducing some rustic outdoors into the home seems appropriate. These new mirrors from Indigenous do the job, made from gnarled teak tree roots and woven driftwood.

With a fun yet natural curvy frame, the Teak Root Mirror (from £173 + VAT) is made using using roots sourced from fallen trees, which Indigenous says would otherwise be burnt or discarded, and help reforestation in Indonesia. Featuring contrasting light and dark root timber, the Teak Root Collection also includes chopping boards and platters, carvings, vases and lamps.

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There are also two new mirrors in the Driftwood Collection (a tall 800mm x 100mm, £333 + VAT, and a circular 1500mm x 60mm x 100mm, £195 + VAT). Collected from Indonesia's Indian and Pacific Ocean coastlines, the small pieces of timber are dried and woven by hand to create the frames.

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