Store and dry your mittens, gloves, socks and hats on our freestanding Mitten Tree with Heart-Shaped Finial.
Place our Mitten Tree next to your hearth or wood stove for a convenient way to dry winter wear and accessories. You can also use the it in your laundry room, arts and crafts/hobby room, mudroom and more!
Mitten Tree comes with interchangeable heart finial; optional Set of 3 Seasonal Finials in star, bird or snowflake designs (sold separately). Tubular steel on four sturdy legs.
Mitten tree with heart-shaped finial and optional set of 3 seasonal finials Dry wet mittens, gloves, socks, hats and more Place next to hearth or wood stove to warm and dry winter wear Versatile design also works in laundry room, arts & crafts/hobby room, or mudroom Constructed of tubular steel
Size Approx. 44"H with finial on 13" base
Mitten Tree with Heart Finial
Set of 3 Seasonal Finials
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Comments about Product: Love it! Can put 7 pairs of gloves on this stand and tuck in some hats as well. Corals the mess and helps quickly dry winter gear. I just wish the heart wasn't the standard topper.
Don't know how I ever lived with out it!
Comments about Product: It takes up a bit more space than I thought it was going to be but other than that I am in love. I truly don't know how I lived with out it. Anyone who lives in a snowy climate with kids should have one!
Comments about Product: I bought two about 4 years ago - we have 3 kids and our fireplace was drowning in wet mittens. ;) The racks are WONDERFUL!!! Very strong, attractive. And they warm up slightly by being close to the stove so our wet items dry even more quickly. Don't hesitate - BUY TWO !
By Happy in Indiana
No more wet mittens
Comments about Product: I love this thing! I have always had a problem with wet gloves and the most effective way to dry them. I was thrilled when I found this item. Now after the kids are finished outside they put their gloves on the tree and come morning they are dry. love it.
Handy & sturdy
Comments about Product: Our friends loved it
Pretty and Practical
Comments about Product: Received this product as a Christmas gift. It is sturdy, practical and pretty. It sits near the woodstove in our small house and keeps our winter hats and mittens off the floor, dry and organized. I am so happy to have received this as a gift!
Disappointed in packaging
Comments about Product: Looks sturdy and nice like it will serve it's purpose well
Agree with Others
Comments about Product: Doesn't take up much room, looks nice, etc
I wish the standard finial was the snowflake or bird...heart seems kind of feminine..but not a big deal.
By Denise the mom
I would recommend this product
Comments about Product: Holds quite a few gloves and doesn't take up alot of room. We have it next to our fireplace and it adds a nice little touch.
By queen of corn
Comments about Product: impressed with the quality
By Merry Lou
Comments about Product: Doesn't take up a lot of space but holds a lot of gloves and hats
Best Gift Ever
Comments about Product: I purchased this for my grandaughter for Christmas a few years ago. She loves it so much I came back to buy again for another grandaughter.
Comments about Product: this is so great next to our wood stove. have to buy 2 more for the kids!
I would certainly buy this product again
Comments about Product: This was just what I needed for my spool ribbon. It is so easy to move to any location. We will also use it for wet mittens and/or socks. it looks great by the hearth.
By Cindy Lou Whoo?
Nice winter decor
Comments about Product: The final won't screw down completely. Otherwise, it will be a great addition to the living room next to the fireplace for our cold winter gloves; mittens.
By don't have one
A little old-fasioned helper.
Comments about Product: We use it practically every day through the snow season. Reminds me a little of drying off ski pants as a kid over the water heater in the kitchen. Things were always so toasty to put back on! It's pretty to look at but I suppose the only drawback would be, that you'd want to use it around small children only under supervision. We don't have felt liners in our boots, but our granddaughter's do, and My daughter can't wait to get hers for Christmas so she can use it for that.
Love this tree
Comments about Product: This item is really handy after a day of skiing especially on a snowy day. I place it by the fireplace and gloves drive nicely for the next day. Also this is great for drying gloves after kids get soaking wet! I am ordering it for a Xmas present for a friend...
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