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HÖVOLM

rack with 6 knobs, oak

12,99

Article no: 105.000.59

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Product details

Key features

Wood is a natural living material, and variations in the grain, colour and texture makes each piece unique.

Solid wood is a hard-wearing natural material.

This rack is just as suitable for hanging tea towels in the kitchen or necklaces in the bedroom.

This rack in solid oak has plenty of space for jackets, bags and accessories. If you want more knobs, you can always mount several racks in a row.

Assembled size

Height:5 cm
Width:57 cm

Package size & weight


Article no: 105.000.59
Packages: 1
Length: 59 cm
Width: 7 cm
Height: 2 cm
Weight Gross: 0,55 kg
Weight Net: 0,48 kg
Volume per package: 0,9 l

Store location

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1 x HÖVOLM rack with 6 knobs Article no: 105.000.59 1 package(s)
Find it in 16. Home organization department

Designer

Ebba Strandmark

Environment

By using a renewable material like wood in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.

Materials

Solid oak, Clear polyurethane/acrylic lacquer

Assembly instructions

Only the latest versions of these documents are available for download. This means that there may sometimes be differences between the documents you download and the versions that come with the product.


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