Amari Bowls (Set of 3)
You can never have enough storage. Our minimalistic Amari Bowls go with everything, everywhere in your space! Handcrafted of 100% jute, these are perfect for plants, laundry, toys, and more!
Why amari bowls?
They add a boho touch to your home
Sometimes space can feel a little rigid. These sophisticated earthy-toned baskets will let you organize your space while softening your surroundings.
The perfect size
Amari Bowls are perfect for organizing your home in style!
Large: 4.25”tall x 9.5” round
Medium: 3.5”tall x 8” round
Small: 2.75”tall x 6.25” round.
Take home organization to the next level
Smart ways to use Amari Bowls
Toiletries tend to be bought in bulk, and are quite small in size, so it makes perfect sense to use the bowls to contain each type of things together.
For the plants
Use Amari Bowls for greenery–both faux and real! Just be sure to use a ceramic pot or planter for the tree itself, then disguise it with a basket.
Instead of incessantly moving your kid’s stuff to its proper room, designate a pretty living room basket for their favorite toys and books.
Living room storage
Line Amari bowls on a shelf or tuck them below the furniture piece to stash books, magazines, DVDs, and other entertainment needs.
Support fair trade
Each bowl we offer is handwoven by one of our fair trade artisan partners who earns
a fair wage for their work. The fair payment they receive will not be reduced by traveling expenses,
childcare costs, or haggled prices. By purchasing handcrafted amari bowls, you support artisans
in low-income communities and help to make education and health care more accessible.
Nora and Angela, two designer moms from New York City, created Korissa to inspire consumers to shop consciously. They wanted to provide high-quality products that are socially and environmentally responsible. Purchasing any of the unique amazing handcrafted products supports and benefits artisans in low-income communities. Fair wages ensure that education and health care are available.
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