Scroll Collection Steel Mug Tree, Black
Durable for everyday use, while at the same time elegant for entertaining, this steel mug tree provides a perfect way to keep your most cherished collection of mugs within reach. Easily store up to six of your favorite coffee mugs or tea cups. It’s constructed out of sturdy steel to prevent it from tipping, with ball end branches that tilt upwards to ensure every cup remains in place. Each hook is spaced perfectly so that each mug doesn’t touch each other. The base has feet to prevent skidding while featuring an intricate scroll pattern for a traditional touch. Its slim profile takes advantage of small spaces such as countertop corners and tables. While great as a holder for all your mugs, it doubles as visually stunning kitchen art whether bare or fully stocked up with your collection of mugs. It also works equally well as jewelry rack where you can organize all your necklaces, bracelet, and other small accessories. If you’re looking for a mug tree to decorate your countertop while simultaneously keeping your favorite mugs close at hand, this is it! Hand wash to clean.
- FREES UP CUPBOARD SPACE: This mug tree is ideal for freeing up valuable cupboard space by displaying up to 6 cups. The open hanging design gives you easy access to your mugs.
- STURDY STRUCTURE: The tree is made from heavy duty steel, featuring a powder coating that prevents rust build-up. It has a weighted, non-skid base with sturdy metal branches.
- ALTERNATIVE USE: Doubles as a decorative rack for jewelry such as necklaces, bracelets and other small accessories. During Christmastime, you can add small ornaments to it, making it function as a stylish centerpiece.
- DECORATIVE LOOK: The design adds a elegantly rustic look to your kitchen and the black color will coordinate well with your other items.
- SIZE: Measures 6" x 6" x 15.25"
- CLEANING: Spot clean for easy maintenance.
- COMPLETE THE LOOK: Pair this piece with the rest of the scroll collection to enhance your kitchen with a classic look.
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