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Woodrow Waste Basket, White/Natural

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Item Description

The Woodrow Trashcan elevates a household basic with modern style. The simple design and duo-tone natural wood brings a contemporary aesthetic where you least expect it. Constructed of bentwood with a stained finish and integrated handles for easy transport between spaces.

About Umbra

Umbra is a global housewares product design company, bringing thought and creativity to everyday items through original design. Founded in 1979 in Toronto, Canada, Umbra is a design company recognized for bringing intelligent houseware products to customers around the world. Together with its international team of designers, the company values creating products that are original, modern, casual, functional and affordable.
  • Overall: 11"H x 9" Diameter
  • Weight: 1.1 lbs.
  • Capacity: 2 Gallons
  • Designer: Henry Huang
  • Material: Guger Wood
  • Weight: 1.45 Lbs
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  • Wipe With Damp Cloth
Made in
  • China
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