Design Ideas Magazine File, Mesh
Design Ideas Mesh Stainless Steel Stackable Legal Size Letter Paper Tray Desktop Organizer, (1 Tray), Large, 13 1/2 x 9 3/4 x 2 3/4"
Design Ideas was the first company to introduce desk accessories from expanded metal mesh in 1986. Our designers correctly predicted that people who put offices in their homes would be seeking upscale storage accessories at affordable prices. Today, Design Ideas is the industry leader in mesh storage solutions for every room of the home and office.Dimensions: 9.6" wide x 13.5" long/deep x 2.7" highMaterial: Stainless Steel MeshMade in ChinaCare Instructions: Clean w/dry cloth
Design Ideas Candle Tapers-8"-Box/6-White (4 hours burning time)
approved for use in Religious Temples long lasting burn time clean even burning gift packaged
Design Ideas Hinged Mesh Pencil Box
Design Ideas Hinged Mesh Pencil Box-Silver
Design Ideas Tea Lights, White, Box of 12
There is nothing more romantic than lighting up a few tealight candles and enjoy the evening with the one you love. Available in sets of 12 and 50 tealights. Each tealight burns about 5 hours. Don''t forget to browse our collection of tealight candle holders before checkout.
Design Ideas BookEnds, Mesh, Silver
From the original maker's of Mesh Durable mesh material in fun shaped bookends Sold as a pair
Design Ideas Business Card Holder, Mesh
FeaturesMesh Business Card HolderSpecificationsWeight: 0.12
Design Ideas Candle Pillar, 3 x 4, White
These Ivory/White Pillar Candles are great refills to have for your pillar holders. Each of these pillars is packaged in an acetate tube with rigid acrylic lids to prevent dents around the edges. Comes in 3x4 (burn time: 40 hours) or 3x6 (burn time: 60 hours) in Ivory or White. Sold individually. Unscented.
Design Ideas Three Tiered Desk Shelf, Black
Three-Tiered Desk Shelf-Black
Design Ideas Leaning Tower of Pisa Architectural Wire Sculpture Doodles Destinations
This miniature artistic interpretation of the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a hand tied and hand decorated sculpture in wire. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the freestanding bell tower of the cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa. Although intended to stand vertically, the tower began leaning to the southeast soon after the onset of construction in 1173, due to a poorly laid foundation and loose substrate that has allowed the foundation to shift direction. The tower presently leans to the southwest. Construction of the first floor of the white marble campanile began on August 9, 1173, a period of military success and prosperity. The tower began to sink after construction had progressed to the third floor in 1178. Construction was subsequently halted for almost a century, because the Pisans were almost continually engaged in battles with Genoa, Lucca and Florence. This allowed time for the underlying soil to settle. Otherwise, the tower would almost certainly have toppled. In 1272, constructio