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Hub Ladder

We think itīs fair to say that you can never get enough space, especially if you live in the city, were apartments seem to get smaller and smaller over the years… because of that, keeping your stuff in place and well organized is somewhat a difficult task, and thatīs the reason designer Matt Carr came up with the Hub Ladder. Hub Ladder by Umbra aims to assist you in the difficult task of keeping your closet tidy and manageable. Itīs an item that you can easily set inside your closet or even outside, it looks so good itīll fit nicely anywhere, you can even adjust the width and height, thus adjusting to your space and needs, plus you also get 4 hanging hooks to hang up whatever you wish. Made from walnut wood and ash finished stainless steel, itīs a must have if you like to keep things in check.

Available from West Helm or from Amazon
Available in Europe here




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