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Divided Bamboo Utensil Holder

Cooking utensils have an organized and beautiful home in our Divided Bamboo Utensil Holder. Bamboo is naturally impervious to water, so you can use the holder close to the sink without worry. The simple, elegant design and bamboo material work well with most any home décor. It could also be used for office supplies, hair brushes or art supplies such as paint brushes. See more product details below.

  • Bamboo is easily renewable, so it's an environmentally friendly material
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Divided Utensil Holder Bamboo

5-3/4" diam. x 7-3/4" h

10052149

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$19.99 ea

Divided Bamboo Utensil Holder 4.5 5 2 2
Simple and Holds Everything! The bamboo utensil holder might not hold EVERYTHING but it nicely fits (and matches) all of my wooden cooking utensils. I have a black and white color motif kitchen but I think this holder can go with any decor. Not sure how useful the divider is - the smaller space is big enough to fit a good many utensils. I just don't separate my 10 utensils in any special way. March 23, 2012
Just what I needed This is great because it is divided and the wood is beautiful . Have never seen a design like it. Functional and stylish! February 3, 2014

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Bamboo is a group of woody perennial evergreen plants of the grass family. Some of its members are giant bamboo, forming by far the largest members of the grass family. Bamboo is the fastest growing woody plant in the world: up to three to four feet a day. This accelerated growth rate allows bamboo to be harvested in three to five years, far more often than the 10 to 20 year harvest cycle of most softwoods. Unlike the environmental damage caused by the deforestation of trees, proper harvesting of bamboo leaves the root system intact, creating little or no topsoil disruption. This renewable, sustainable resource produces 35% more oxygen than its equivalent in trees while reducing carbon dioxide gas that is blamed for global warming. With the tensile strength of steel, it's the strongest growing woody plant in the world.

 
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