These Paper Tubs aren’t only about clever design and clean lines; they have are very accomodating and will hold potted plants, pens & pencils, fruit, unruly cables, coins, cutlery, and countless other items that need a comfy home!
Made from reclaimed packaging paper, like all our other great products
Fully reversible – the paper can be one the outside and the fabric on the inside, or the fabric on the outside and the paper on the inside
Coated with Nano Liquid Glass to be water resistant
Adjustable height – just fold and roll the top
They fold flat and are super lightweight so they are easily tucked away when not in use
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The Promenade in Sea Point is one of designer Heather Moore’s favourite places in Cape Town, because there is just so much to see. Waves & surfers, paragliders & windblown trees, pram pushers & wheelchairs, dogs & joggers all make up a passing parade that’s one of the enduring pleasures of Cape Town life, & one that’s free for all to enjoy.
Alongside the passing parade, the Promenade has a wealth of midcentury architecture, which adds a particular charm to the stretch of Beach Road from Mouille Point to Three Anchor Bay.
After years of walking, driving, cycling (and once even rollerblading) past the mosaic wall of the public bathrooms on Beach Road, Skinny laMinx designer Heather Moore stopped to sketch the design, and realised that it was the first time she’d looked at it properly.
The result of taking the time to slow down and look closely at this unnamed piece of midcentury public art is the PROMENADE collaboration with The Wren Design.
This new collection of the Wren’s signature paper laptop sleeves, bags and wallets are screenprinted with two designs – MEANDER and PROMENADE – in playful colours that express the freewheeling joy of an aimless summer stroll along the Sea Point Promenade.
“Take a Story With You” is the Wren’s slogan, and the story of the PROMENADE collaboration with Skinny laMinx is reminder to slow down and take note of the everyday beauty available for all to see.