MASAYA BENCH MEDIUM- MOT MOT PATTERN
The Masaya Bench is a versatile bench that can be used in the bedroom, dining room, or as an accent piece anywhere in your home. Handcrafted from sustainably sourced wood and featuring a handwoven seat.
Characterized by its vivid colors and unique design, our Mot Mot pattern is inspired by the Nicaraguan national bird, also known as the Guardabarranco. The Mot Mot pattern brings the rich color of nature into your home
- Hand Crafted: By artisans in Nicaragua
- Sustainable: Made from sustainably sourced wood
- Perfect for Your Home:
Support reforestation in Nicaragua
Made especially for you. No Assembly Required
Design: Masaya Bench Medium Size- Mot Mot Pattern
Size: 18" H x 59" W x 14" D
Frame Material: Sustainably sourced hardwood (Teak, Walnut or Mahogany)
Seat Material: Handmade manila chord - 100% polyester
Pattern Colors: Olive, Black, Azulina, Bermuda Blue, Lucerne, Engadine, Espanish Manchu, Khaki, Brown, Rust, Sunset
Care: Intended for indoor use or covered outdoor areas
Shipping: Approximately 10-12 weeks United States only. Need it sooner? Contact us this item may be available for quick shipping.
Each chair is hand-crafted therefore there may be some slight variations.
Masaya & Co started with a passion for reforestation and a commitment to social responsibility. Dedicated to elevating the artisans of Masaya Nicaragua and returning the land to its natural use Masaya & Co makes handcrafted, handwoven furniture that integrates modern and contemporary design with traditional artisan production methods. "From Seed to Seat" Masaya & Co strives to be the responsible alternative to mass-produced goods. Their sustainable model vertically integrates reforestation with their sustainable forestry practices and finished products. Each furniture piece is handcrafted and handwoven by skilled artisans, ensuring every piece is completely unique. To date, Masaya & Co has planted over a million trees on 1100 acres of re-forested land that sequesters carbon dioxide, provides renewable timber, becomes a wildlife sanctuary and has a positive economic impact on their local community.