Triangular umbrella stand
Who doesn't know you, the main character from the novels of the Australian writer P.L. Travers? At the latest since the Walt Disney film, in which the nanny with the magical abilities came floating from the sky with the umbrella stretched out, every child knows Mary Poppins.
It is unclear whether the flying umbrella provided the design duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby with the inspiration for the umbrella stand of the same name. What is certain is that with the Poppins Umbrella Stand the time of the stray umbrellas has finally come to an end, because Poppins offers a fixed place for up to six umbrellas.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby conceived the umbrella stand as a triangle, so that it can fit into any bare corner as a corner solution or become an eye-catcher in any entrance area.
The Italian company Magis produces the simple and functional umbrella stand in shiny coloured ABS plastic. The plastic material is robust and can withstand even the wetest umbrella.
The Poppins umbrella stand is available in different colours.