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|Product Type: Napkin Holders||Color: White|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|
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Bunny and Carrot Kitchen Roll Holder
Ann from McMurray, PA– Verified Buyer
This is a whimsical, well-made design. Its practicality, however, is limited since a roll of paper towels hides the charming, orange carrot. Disappointed, I use it in a bathroom with a single roll of toilet tissue. There it makes me happy.
Franc from LORRAINE, QC– Verified Buyer
Cute but be carefull with the paper roll. Must be not too wide and not too long so you can use it properly.
ModMom from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
Love the look but every brand of paper towel I've tried completely covers the orange part of the carrot. Fairly easy to pull out a sheet with the bunny holding down the roll.
Eliza from DIAMOND BAR, CA– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
It's really cute but I can't find a shorter kitchen towel so the carrot can't be seen ..
cute and functional
G. from Escondido, CA– Verified Buyer
I love this bunny and carrot. The are cute and functional. A nice present if you have to give one. It fits all kinds of paper towel rolls and the bunny holds the towel in place. The bunny can be moved, so you can press it against the paper as more of it used and the rolls gets smaller. The little piece of green from the carrot sticks out of a role providing a nice touch.
About the Designer
Stefano Giovannoni Italy (1954 - )
Born in La Spezia in 1954, Stefano as an architect and designer was taught by Buti at Florence University. In the early 80Æs he founded the King-Kong Production Group along with Guido Venturini. His explosive talent enables him to embody a complex system of 'affective codes' in his projects. This great approach won him the title of 'Super and Popular' designer in the 90Æs. A technical designer par excellence, he has industrial design in his DNA and the capacity to understand public sentiment like no other designer. His projects began with the "Girotondo" (1989 designed with Guido Venturini) and the first transparent objects in plastic from the "Family Follows Fiction" series (1993). There is a huge number of his items in the "Officina Alessi", "Alessi" and "A di Alessi" catalogues.
OUR SKU # AAS2695