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Brabtod Pet Toy and Accessory Storage Bin, Perfect Organizer Sto

Product description

Color:gray

Functionalty:

They require a balance of beauty and function that sometimes seems impossible to strike, but Brabtod baskets will show that you can create a great space.

Sturdy metal rod frame around the top keep the shape. Durable structure can allow you put more heavy stuffs.

Folding storage basket, very lightweight and easy to carry away.

Baskets make one of the best options for storage around the home, as they are not just a practical but stylish way to keep things organized.

These beautiful containers will bring a smile to your face every time you see it - and your pets will go wild for them: although that may not necessarily be because of how beautiful they are.

They are extremely versatile and blend perfectly with any home decoration style – modern or traditional.

Suitable size for most situations use, such as closet, basket table and office for toys, books, CDs, clothes, underwear storage.

This Bins easy care - Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

Specification
Linen Storage Baskets
Basket Storage Size: 38cm*26cm*18cm(14.9"*10.2"*7")
Material: 100 % Linen

Warm Tips
If your basket arrives a little misshaped due to folded in transportation,pls unfoled and bend it back or ironing

About Brabtod
Brabtod brand is a company specialized in pet supplies. With the high quality of workmanships and materials, we hope that pet owners and pets will enjoy a leisure time.
We will try our best to improve our services, as customer satisfaction is at the core of our business.

Brabtod Pet Toy and Accessory Storage Bin, Perfect Organizer Sto

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