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Wolves Folding Storage Bin by David Wenzel

Wolves Folding Storage Bin

by David Wenzel

Item No: 4084003006

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Stylish storage! Decorative and functional, these collapsible storage cubes fold flat for easy storage when not in use. Great for storing just about anything. Made of faux leather material with antiqued rustic metal accents. Individually shrink wrapped. Wipe clean with damp cloth. Produced exclusively for Wild Wings, sporting stunning artwork by Wild Wings artists. Unfolds to 12-3/4"H x 12-3/4"W x 15"D

Height:12.75"Product Type:Folding Storage Bin
Width:12.75"Brand:Wild Wings
Depth:15"Display Location:Tabletop
Height:12.75"Product Type:Folding Storage Bin
Width:12.75"Brand:Wild Wings
Depth:15"Display Location:Tabletop
David Wenzel

David Wenzel

Artist
David’s interest in and appreciation of nature and wildlife as a youth dictated the direction he would take in his profession. He was given his first set of watercolors in fifth grade by an art teacher who hoped to inspire him, but would not realize the importance of that gesture...

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Description

Stylish storage! Decorative and functional, these collapsible storage cubes fold flat for easy storage when not in use. Great for storing just about anything. Made of faux leather material with antiqued rustic metal accents. Individually shrink wrapped. Wipe clean with damp cloth. Produced exclusively for Wild Wings, sporting stunning artwork by Wild Wings artists. Unfolds to 12-3/4"H x 12-3/4"W x 15"D

Product Specifications
Height:12.75"Product Type:Folding Storage Bin
Width:12.75"Brand:Wild Wings
Depth:15"Display Location:Tabletop
Height:12.75"Product Type:Folding Storage Bin
Width:12.75"Brand:Wild Wings
Depth:15"Display Location:Tabletop
About the artist
David Wenzel

David Wenzel

Artist
David’s interest in and appreciation of nature and wildlife as a youth dictated the direction he would take in his profession. He was given his first set of watercolors in fifth grade by an art teacher who hoped to inspire him, but would not realize the importance of that gesture...

Read More