• Skandivis Ferm Living Danish Design Bau Pot Large In Warm Grey

Bau Pot Large In Warm Grey

  • £61.00
  • £51.85

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If you like to play around with different levels and dimensions on your balcony or garden then this BAU pot is ideal. The pot is designed with uncluttered lines and an industrial surface often seen in the Bauhaus architecture, giving your home or garden contemporary look.

  • Colour:      Warm Grey
  • Size:          Diameter: 28 x Height: 38 cm
  • Material:    Galvanised and powder coated steel
  • Design:      Ferm Living

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