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Parcel Delivery to Santo Domingo, La Romana, Santiago and Bávaro for RD$ 290
Part of the LUSTIGKURRE collection, which consists of items made with various natural materials.
A neat and practical stand for magazines, newspapers and papers.
Takes up little space and is easy to fold and put away when not in use.
This stand is made of the lower part of the nipa palm’s stem which is removed so that new stalks can grow faster.
|Length:||13 ¾ "|
|Width:||13 ¾ "|
|Height:||12 ½ "|
|Weight Gross:||2 lb 4 oz|
|Weight Net:||2 lb 4 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.15 cu.ft|
Wipe clean with a dry cloth.
All new materials have a particular smell which gradually disappears.
The Nipa palm protects coastal areas in Southeast Asia from salt-water intrusion. The leaves are often used for building roofs, but the stalks have no commercial value. Or, that was the case until we discovered that they are perfect for handmade products like the ones in the LUSTIGKURRE collection. It lets you decorate your home with unique objects in sustainable materials, provides work for skilled artisans and gives local farmers a chance for an extra income.
Nipa palm leaves are traditionally used to make roofs in Southeast Asia, but the stalks have no commercial value. Or, that was the case until we discovered that they’re perfect for handmade products like the LUSTIGKURRE collection.
This is a one-of-a-kind item – merging traditional handicraft and new design. Being handmade by skilled artisans in collaboration with our IKEA designers, no two products are exactly the same.
This is a one-of-a-kind item – merging traditional handicraft techniques and new design. Handmade by skilled artisans, no two products are exactly the same, but they all share a contemporary expression created by our IKEA designers. When you choose this product, you not only bring home something truly unique – as with all IKEA items you also contribute to creating sustainable jobs with good working conditions, and better everyday lives for more people.
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