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Item No. 100194465

Kaleido Set

Price reduced from C$ 125.00 to C$ 100.00
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Item No. 100194465

Kaleido Set

Price reduced from C$ 125.00 to C$ 100.00
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  • Multipurpose trays to hold jewelry, keys, or other odds and ends.
  • Made of powder-coated steel.
  • Can be nested and stacked to create functional and decorative configurations.

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Designed by Clara Von Zweigbergk for HAY
Kaleido Set
Price reduced from C$ 125.00 to C$ 100.00
Modular and multifunctional — With a stackable design available in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors, Kaleido Trays are versatile storage solutions for the entryway, office, or bedroom.
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A new way to view things

Swedish graphic designer Clara von Zweigbergk often begins projects by experimenting with colored paper, scissors, and double-sided tape. In the case of her modular, stackable Kaleido Trays (2012) for Danish design company HAY, each of those early shapes translated into a beautifully colored powder-coated steel work of art. For entryway, office, or bedroom, Kaleido serves as a colorful and geometric storage solution for everything from keys to mail to jewelry. Set includes five extra-small trays in assorted colors. Not food safe. Made in China.
  • Multipurpose trays to hold jewelry, keys, or other odds and ends.
  • Made of powder-coated steel.
  • Can be nested and stacked to create functional and decorative configurations.
Brand HAY
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
  • Powder-coated steel

Clara Von Zweigbergk

Swedish designer Clara von Zweigbergk began drawing and making things at an early age, then moved on to sewing and knitting clothes, making jewelry, practicing calligraphy and exploring typography as a teenager. In 2006, she founded her own studio with the intent of expanding into areas beyond her academic study of graphic design – a continuation of her boundless youthful curiosity.

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