Dry Off Your Rain Gear With Simon Enever's Ella Stand
Mimicking the look of a garden, Ella is made from acrylic with a patch of real grass at the bottom. The water from the wet umbrellas drip down to water the grass, keeping it fresh and green.
Ella is perfect for people who live in rainy cities so the grass doesn't dry out.
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