Elho introduce the new Corsica Door Stopper

by | Dec 8, 2016 | News, Products | 0 comments

Sometimes the simplest ideas can be the most effective. It just takes someone to listen. That’s what happened when a consumer wrote to Dutch design company Elho with the idea and concept of creating a pot that could prop open patio doors. Something that could solve her back-breaking problems when shifting heavy pots into position.

Elho thought this was a great idea. They designed the concept for the Corsica Door Stopper and then they put it into production ready for 2017. They’ve also put Anja Niggebrugge’s name on the bottom of each and every pot because it’s just such a great idea.

“We’ve exhibited this design at trade shows in Europe and the UK and the response has been fantastic,” said David Nicholson, sales manager for Elho UK: “The Corsica Door Stopper has been tipped to be a top selling pot for 2017.”

Packed full of features, the Corsica Door Stopper has been creatively designed:

  • It is a universal system that fits any door up to 8.5cm wide.
  • Wheels are included so the pot is easy to move and position.
  • Overflow pipes are included to give excellent plant care.
  • The pot is easy to grip so plants can be easily changed to keep up with the seasons.

RRP: ?14.99

Colours: White, terra, taupe, anthracite, cherry, lime green, vintage blue and mint


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