mr sponge by peleg design dresses up the kitchen sink with a bow tie
mr sponge by peleg design dresses up the kitchen sink with a bow tie
jul 30, 2014

mr sponge by peleg design dresses up the kitchen sink with a bow tie

mr sponge by peleg design dresses up the kitchen sink with a bow tie
all images courtesy of peleg design




adding to the landscape of the contemporary kitchen countertop, peleg design has created ‘mr sponge.’ after a long day of cleaning wet cups and scrubbing dirty dishes, your hard-working sponge gets a moment to relax and dry out as it rests between two plastic handles that cinch the middle of its rectangular form into a decorative bow tie. the product adds a fun and playful characteristic to any setting as its mustache smiles underneath the brim of a top hat. attach him by pressing the strong suction cup located on the back against your tiles or even inside your sink to get the perfect drainage.

peleg design mr sponge bow tie kitchen
mr sponge looks fancy with a golden tie

peleg design mr sponge bow tie kitchen
the suction can grip the smooth surface of a sink

peleg design mr sponge bow tie kitchen
the naked man

peleg design mr sponge bow tie kitchen
the product packaging includes a green sponge



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