Thursday, November 11, 2010

Umbrella Stands from Around the World

blue products, including an umbrella holder / stand

The rainy season has started in my part of the world - so it's time to look at umbrella stands once again. Let's start with the designs from Italy - including the umbrella stand from Bitossi (shown in the middle of the picture above); it's sold by Design Within Reach. (DWR calls it a "cylindrical vessel," but Bitossi calls it an umbrella holder.) When I first saw this, I thought how my mom would have loved that rich blue color.


red umbrella stand

The Elic umbrella stand was designed by Antonio Lanzillo for Area DeClic by Arrmet Srl. [via Furniture Fashion]


umbrella stands in many colors - white, orange, black, green, red, brown

The Ombo umbrella stand by Com.p.ar is sold by Go Modern in London.


pewter umbrella stand

And one final Italian design is this pewter umbrella stand from Match, sold by Unica Home - and costing over $1,000.


Union Jack umbrella stand

This Union Jack umbrella stand comes from - you guessed it - the U.K. Update on Dec. 26, 2012: I'm no longer finding this product.


umbrella stand

Teramoto Industrial Design Yard (TIDY), in Japan, gives us the TETTO, TETTO mini, and TETTO tall umbrella stands - that's the tall version above, sold by Rakuten. [via MoCo Loco]


seagrass umbrella holder

And finally, this seagrass umbrella holder was (probably) made in Indonesia, and comes to us from White Apple, in Canada.

Related Posts:
20 Unusual Umbrella Stands from $41 to $700
Winter in California: Time for Umbrella Stands

4 comments:

Storibook Designs said...

Hi Jeri, I tried to find an email to send you a note but I'm not seeing it anywhere on the blog. I just wanted to let you know that I featured you on my blog today w/ a link back to here.

Jeri Dansky said...

Thank you, Storibook Designs - I just read your post about ottomans.

You can find my e-mail address in the sidebar section called About Jeri.

Julie Bestry said...

These are stunning and varied -- as always, Jeri, you never fail to impress. The Elic and the Tetto are my favorites, but I think the Tetto wins for form and function, because the air can dry the brolly faster. Nifty!

Theresa Finnigin said...

Great assortment. Makes me want to add an umbrella stand in my foyer...guess I need a full size umbrella too. :)