Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Sam Stewart

Spool Paper Towel Holder

Prix régulier$71.00
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This wooden paper towel holder takes a typically humble household item and makes it a countertop attraction. With a shapely form and satisfying colorway, it’s much better looking than the rest. It also comes flat-packed, is easy to put together, and has rubber bumpers on the bottom so that it stands steady. Suddenly, doing the dirty work is rather delightful.

Materials:
Natural, beech and sapele wood, hardware
Red/Yellow, painted beech wood, hardware

Dimensions:
6 x 6 x 13.7 in

Wipe with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly.

How to assemble your Spool Paper Towel Holder:
Step 1: Screw the dowel into the base disc with the short screw end. Do not screw the long screw end into the base or else it won't work and could damage the product. Then place a roll of paper towels onto the dowel.

Step 2: Wait! Did you put your paper towel roll on yet? Good!

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about the designer

Sam Stewart (b. 1988, North Carolina) is a New York based artist whose work resembles and functions as household furniture and domestic objects. As sculptures, they often take on animistic qualities that border on the absurd and whimsical, but also the slightly perverse. He is interested in design that elicits a heightened simplicity and exaggerated satisfaction of looking, as much he wants to draw out awkward, more anecdotal encounters with the designed object. Stewart’s studio practice involves meticulous attention to craftsmanship and working with fabricators and modes of production typically adopted by professionals in the field.

Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Spool Paper Towel Holder
Sam Stewart

Spool Paper Towel Holder

Prix régulier$71.00
/
Frais d'expédition calculés lors du passage à la caisse.
Color
  • SSL secured payment processing
  • first time? use code "newfriends" at checkout for an additional discount.
  • Only a few remaining
This wooden paper towel holder takes a typically humble household item and makes it a countertop attraction. With a shapely form and satisfying colorway, it’s much better looking than the rest. It also comes flat-packed, is easy to put together, and has rubber bumpers on the bottom so that it stands steady. Suddenly, doing the dirty work is rather delightful.

Materials:
Natural, beech and sapele wood, hardware
Red/Yellow, painted beech wood, hardware

Dimensions:
6 x 6 x 13.7 in

Wipe with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly.

How to assemble your Spool Paper Towel Holder:
Step 1: Screw the dowel into the base disc with the short screw end. Do not screw the long screw end into the base or else it won't work and could damage the product. Then place a roll of paper towels onto the dowel.

Step 2: Wait! Did you put your paper towel roll on yet? Good!

Ce site est protégé par reCAPTCHA, et la Politique de confidentialité et les Conditions d'utilisation de Google s'appliquent.

about the designer

Sam Stewart (b. 1988, North Carolina) is a New York based artist whose work resembles and functions as household furniture and domestic objects. As sculptures, they often take on animistic qualities that border on the absurd and whimsical, but also the slightly perverse. He is interested in design that elicits a heightened simplicity and exaggerated satisfaction of looking, as much he wants to draw out awkward, more anecdotal encounters with the designed object. Stewart’s studio practice involves meticulous attention to craftsmanship and working with fabricators and modes of production typically adopted by professionals in the field.

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