A clean-cut design with a bold expression in black. SKOGSVIKEN series offers clever ways to organize your space and bring a bit of attitude into your bathroom.
Combines with SKOGSVIKEN towel rail or toilet roll holder to create a handy shelf to store soap, jewelry or other small items that easily disappear, sold separately.
May be combined with other products in the SKOGSVIKEN series.
Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)
Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Length: 6 "
Width: 4 "
Height: 1 "
Width: 4 "
Height: 1 "
Length: 6 "
Weight: 2 oz
The only good thing is the priceDREWThe lack of ridges at the bottom means you pick up the whole tray when your soap sticks to it. Good at keeping your counter clean otherwise bad design.1
I wish is was aBRENDAI wish is was a different material but it’s perfect for what I needed.5
it's greatCLAUDIAit's great5
Love it!alexisI purchased a lot of these little trays.I have them all over my home. Each tray holds a set of soap and lotion perfectly. I also use them on and it my nightstand. They are a great tray for displaying perfumes and lotions, or for collecting coins and random pocket treasures.5
Easy useHerschelleEasy use4
Perfect!CHRISTIANI keep my keys, wallet and other daily stuff in the tray and the tray in my nightstand. It keeps everything together and organized5
Perfect size for sink caddyDebThis is the perfect size to put by the sink for a bottle of dishwashing soap and hand soap. Looks neater and catches drips.5
Really smallJavielReally small1
Catch it allGraceDurable and very useful. I bought 5..and small enough to fit in my vanity drawer to organize every little thing in there.5
So Useful!SusanI bought 5 of these at once because I knew they’d be handy. My 15 yo son has one on his desk to hold small items. At work, I use one to keep all my ink stamps together which looks much neater, and the black color perfectly hides stray ink marks. My coffee had a leaky lid so I used one as a coaster which was great because it saved me from dripping coffee on my papers. Great color, lightweight yet sturdy, stackable. I’d like to see more of these in different shapes, and the first new shape should be a pen/pencil tray for my desk! Oh, and if there was enough room to store pens or pencils in them while stacked, then that would be amazing!! So, yeah, I like these trays a lot.5
Nice !!morrisStylish, will recommend and buy again5
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