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Made of white and grey Dacron sail and light blue canvas, and adorned with an oversized grey number '2', this pyramid-shaped door stopper will add a splash of colour and character to your interior!
Made of white and grey Dacron sail and light blue canvas, and adorned with an oversized grey number '2', this pyramid-shaped door stopper will add a splash of colour and character to your interior!
Made of white and grey Dacron sail and light blue canvas, and adorned with an oversized grey number '2', this pyramid-shaped door stopper will add a splash of colour and character to your interior!
Made of white and grey Dacron sail and light blue canvas, and adorned with an oversized grey number '2', this pyramid-shaped door stopper will add a splash of colour and character to your interior!
Made of white and grey Dacron sail and light blue canvas, and adorned with an oversized grey number '2', this pyramid-shaped door stopper will add a splash of colour and character to your interior!

727Sailbags | 'Berlingo' No.2 Door Stopper | Recycled Sail | White, Light Blue & Grey

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$69.90
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$69.90
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Let yourself be tempted by this original door stopper -  this colourful and practical creation is the perfect addition to your bach or home interior.

Made of white and light blue Dacron sail, and adorned with an oversized grey number '2', this door stopper will add a splash of colour and character to your interior!   

Size
Height: 16 cm
Length : 21 cm

Specifications
* Made from 100% recycled sails
* Zip fastener to empty / refill with sand (sand not supplied)
* Inner pouch for additional convenience and safety for children (supplied)
* Designed and hand-sewn by expert seamstresses in France

Please note: This item is made from 100% recycled sails, which were used on board, and as such, your item may vary slightly for the pictures. In particular, 727Sailbags keep the traces, folds and seams that bear witness to the story of each sail.