• UMBRA CUBIST SHELF BLACK - SMALL

    Minimalist and multifunctional, this Small Black Cubist Shelf and wall planter by Umbra is a striking modern design inspired by Dutch Cubist painter Piet Mondrian's iconic compositions. Made from beech wood and powder coated metal, the square frame features a removable shelf so you can decide which way round to place it and a wooden pot with plastic liner which can be used for plants, pens or bits and bobs.
    £30.00
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  • Umbra Conceal Floating Book Shelf, Small, White

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    £16.21
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  • Umbra Cubist Shelf - Small

    The Umbra Cubist Shelf Small is a unique and minimalist way to display your favourite mementos for all to see. This contemporary wall display features a metal wire frame, with a removable shelf and a smaller floating square which holds a wooden pot with a plastic lining; perfect for plants or pens!
    £30.00
    Brand: Umbra
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  • Umbra Conceal Double Shelf, Nickel

    The Conceal Double Wall Book Shelf from Umbra is like nothing you have ever seen before! This floating bookshelf becomes invisible behind a stack of books. Constructed of powder-coated steel, it screws directly into a wall stud with included hardware, so all you need is a screwdriver.
    £15.00
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  • Umbra Small Metal Umbra Conceal Shelf, Pack of 3, Silver

    Floating book shelves that become invisible behind a stack of books.
    £35.00
    Brand: Umbra
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  • Umbra Strum Copper Wall Organiser

    Holes in the metal to screw into the wall. Wire effect copper design. From Umbra. Only one organiser included. Ready to pop in folders, books or paperwork.
    £12.00
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