Oakridge Wooden Paper Towel Holder

Rustic warmth of carved wood on your benchtop

  • Carved wood for country charm
  • Easy to use design

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Discover the perfect blend of form and function with the Oakridge Wooden Paper Towel Holder. Carved from natural mango wood, this holder is a testament to rustic charm. Standing 36cm tall and boasting a base diameter of 15cm, it is robust enough to hold a jumbo roll of paper towels, ensuring you never fall short on functionality. The warm tones of the mango wood bring a cosy, inviting vibe to your kitchen, while the unique grain patterns offer a one-of-a-kind aesthetic. This piece is not just a holder - it's a slice of nature that enhances the look and feel of your modern country style home. Designed to meet the demands of a busy kitchen, the Oakridge Wooden Paper Towel Holder offers easy access to paper towels for quick clean-ups and drying tasks. The sturdy base provides excellent stability while the slender, vertical design is space-efficient, catering to kitchens where counter space is at a premium. The Oakridge Wooden Paper Towel Holder is more than an accessory; it's an essential that harmonises with the understated beauty of modern country decor. It's a functional piece of art that stands proudly in your home, inviting compliments and conversation.

Overall height 36cm and base 15cm diameter.

Wood is a natural material and will feature variations in the colours and grain that are an inherent feature and not considered faults.

This item ships from our Peakhurst NSW warehouse. Usually despatched in 1-3 days with Australia Post.

If you choose to collect this item, it will be available from the Peakhurst NSW warehouse. You will receive an SMS when it is ready to collect.

Specifications: Paper Towel Holders

  • 36cm tall
  • 15cm diameter
  • Made from natural wood

Note that measurements are approximate as there can be minor variations during production. Note that mango wood is a natural material and features some variations in colour from warm honey browns to silver and charcoal greys. This is a characteristic of this natural product and is not considered a fault.