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Combining our love of fabric, screenprinting, & staying organized, we designed a functional wall organizer.

This posting is for a fabric organizer which consists of 2 pockets - to keep mail, bills, craft supplies, etc. off your desk & organized! The fabric has been screenprinted with our Autumn Morning (inspired by Brooklyn!) design in our hand-mixed Hunter ink. The organizer measures approx. 6.5 x 16". A wooden dowel rod is inserted at the top for stability. The outside top edge is has a rustic brown rope trim detail. The organizer is hung with a cream cord that can be adjusted to your desired length. Spot clean if needed.

Please remember that these items are printed & sewn by hand and that slight variations are part of their handmade quality and charm.

Are you sending this item as a gift? Simply include your message in the Buyer's Message, and we are happy to include your holiday/birthday/wedding/housewarming/love message in the package.

Kaye Rachelle Designs was co-founded by two printmakers, Bonnie Kaye Whitfield and Susan Rachelle Dreifuss, who design and print decorative screen-printed items for the home.
The Kaye Rachelle Team
Susan Rachelle Dreifuss
Bonnie Kaye Whitfield

Fabric Wall Organizer, with our Autumn Morning design in Hunter


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