Designed as a decorative tabletop object ideally suited for use under a bowl of fruit or vase of flowers, this gorgeous lasercut trivet is made with 100% wool merino felt and is sure to add an elegant touch of minimalist style to any room.
Naturally soft and moisture-resistant wool safeguards tabletops/counters from inadvertent scratches and water rings. Comes in a protective sleeve for storage; perfect for gifting all year round.FEATURES
- 100% wool merino felt; 7"x7"
- Color: Charcoal
- Care: Soap + water spot clean or dry clean
- Made in USA
Architect turned homewares/accessories designer Molly McGrath creates each piece in her San Francisco Mission District studio, transforming functional objects into works of art in their own right.
"My process is very influenced by my education in architecture. I use auto cad all of the time, think about materials, details, concepts, form … all tools I used when designing buildings." Molly McGrath, Molly M Designs
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