The French fairy tale Le Maistre Chat, ou Le Chat Botté, commonly known as “Master Cat” or “Puss in Boots”, inspired the designers when confronted with a problem known to most homes -the mountain of shoes. The average woman owns around 19 pairs of shoes, to maximize the lifetime span of the shoes it is important that they are well kept. The Master of shoes keeps the boots from wrinkling around the ankle, falling over and messing up the hallway. The Master clip is used in ankle boots and court shoes to maintain their shape and lure.
The Master range create added value to the owners footwear and creates playful and clean aesthetically pleasing elements in your home. The bunny ears serve your foyer and your boots as well as they add a certain "je ne sais quoi" to any environment.
The shoe and boot holders are made of birch wood, they are very light and can be flat packed for easy storage while they are not in use.
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