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Product description

Size:30CM/11.8IN  |  Color:Red Star

Due to handcrafted technique, no two pieces are exactly alike. Slight variances will occur with seagrass color, design and dimensions.
For proper care and cleaning, use a lightly damp towel. Immediately wipe down with a dry towel after.
Store or place in a dry air environment to ensure product maintains good condition.
Name: Bohemia Wall Basket Decor
Size: Diameter: 30cm/11.8in, 35cm/13.8in
Material: Seaweed
Packing: pp bag, packing box
Package content: Bohemia Wall Basket Decorx1
Multi-purpose shopping basket
Easily stands up on a groove shelf
A simple way to add beauty to your shelves
Low-profile depth for added character
Built-in hook on back for easy hanging
Endless configurations for a statement wall
Adds unique texture to your space
Organize and elevate table storage solutions
Enhances a foyer, kitchen or living room
Holds remotes, keys, decorative items and more

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