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Grovemade Headphone Stand

Portland-based workshop Grovemade have introduced a beautifully crafted headphone stand, a bold statement piece for your desk. Made with premium materials, the elegant stand uses natural vegetable-tanned leather molded into a subtle scoop, solid hardwood with machined grooves to hold your headphones in place, and stainless steel, combining beautifully for a sleek, layered look that complements your desk and your headphones. The Wood Headphone Stand stands at 9 inches tall and fits most over-ear headphones. For a limited time the Wood Headphone stand is available in walnut and maple at an introductory price of $100 via Grovemade´s website.



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