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Bamboo Hanger

You’ll love it because: Don’t know how to hang your wall hangings or the lovely textiles you picked up from Luang Prabang’s night market? This will help!

Price:

$5.30$13.00

Description

You may have noticed these bamboo hangers in our shops in Luang Prabang. Creative and handmade using local bamboo, this hanger secures your wall hanging while allowing you to show it off. Durable and made in a neutral shade, it is available in multiple sizes.

While the bamboo hangers are very light, they do have some monetary weight in the shipping rate. So, if you notice that your shipping is quite high, it is most probably due to the bamboo hanger(s). If you’re planning to buy more than two bamboo hangers, please contact us before placing your order, we can get you a better price. However, if you place the order and then contact us, we won’t be able to do anything about the shipping cost.

How to use it? Whether using a bamboo hanger, a wood hanger or any other similar rod to hang your newly purchased wall hanging, fold the top part of the wall hanging over the hanger – about 10cm – and use pins to hold the textile in place. This is an easy and cost-efficient way of hanging your textile without damaging it.

  • Material: Bamboo
  • Care Instructions: Gently with damp cloth
  • Dimensions:
    • S: 30 cm – 50 cm, wall hangings up to 45 cm wide
    • M: 51 cm – 80 cm, wall hangings up to 75 cm wide
    • L: 81 cm – 100 cm, wall hangings up to 95 cm wide

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