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4 Drawer Seagrass Tower Storage Unit

4 Drawer Seagrass Tower Storage Unit

4 Drawer Seagrass Tower Storage Unit

A stylish storage solution with an organic, natural look and feel. The 4-drawer storage unit is made from exotic seagrass, with a metal frame. The sturdy frame is made from metal ensuring stability while retaining the original shape. The four baskets are made from beautifully woven seagrass, which is known for its robust nature, making it ideal for placing your bathroom essentials and other knick-knacks in.

Product Details


  • Whole Unit: H66 cm x W16 cm x D24 cm
  • Individual Drawer Size: H15 cm x D22 cm x W14 cm


  • Stylish and organic design
  • Made from exotic seagrass
  • Sturdy metal frame for stability
  • Four beautifully woven seagrass baskets
  • Perfect for bathroom essentials and knick-knacks

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can this storage unit be used in the bathroom?

Yes, the 4 Drawer Seagrass Tower Storage Unit is perfect for the bathroom. The seagrass material is known for its robust nature and can withstand moisture and humidity.

2. Is the metal frame durable?

Yes, the metal frame is sturdy and ensures stability for the storage unit. It will retain its original shape even with regular use.

3. How can I clean the seagrass baskets?

You can clean the seagrass baskets by gently wiping them with a damp cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that may damage the natural fibers.


The 4 Drawer Seagrass Tower Storage Unit is a stylish and practical storage solution for any room in your home. Its organic and natural look adds a touch of elegance to your space, while the seagrass material ensures durability. With four spacious drawers, you can easily organize and store your belongings. Whether it’s in your bedroom, bathroom, home, or office, this storage unit is a versatile and functional addition. Order now and enjoy a clutter-free environment!

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