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Melia Cachepot, Sand, Set of 4

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Item Description

Sometimes a space can feel a little rigid. That's why these supple containers were developed out of natural woven jute to help organize your space while softening your surroundings. Use Melia baskets as cachepots or containers for odds and ends on shelves, tables, desktops, or anywhere else your clutter needs containing. Comes as a nested set of 4 containers sized to hold everything from remotes and chargers to toys and craft supplies.

About Texture by Design Ideas

Design Ideas creates innovative, interesting and affordable accessories and furniture for the home and office with talented makers and artisans around the world.
  • Overall: 7.1"H x 7.1"W x 7.1"D
  • Color: Sand
  • Weight: 1.9 Lbs.
  • Material: Jute
  • Assembly Required: No
  • Jute
  • Ships Ground
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  • Wipe Clean With Damp Cloth.
Made in
  • Bangladesh
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