It may seem like a trivial thing to own, but an umbrella stand is beneficial to all parties involved. The vertical storage means any residual water left on said umbrellas are dripped into a contained area and it also allows them to dry in a convenient place. I had to get rid of my last umbrella because the hinges started to rust and perpetually smelled like mildew from setting it down still wet. Don’t be like me. Get an umbrella stand.
SONGMICS Metal Umbrella Holder
You can’t help but smile when you look at this umbrella stand. Not only does the punched-out design look great, it helps with airflow to better dry your umbrellas. There’s a convenient plastic drip tray to catch water and hooks to hold smaller umbrellas
Mango Steam Pluvian Soakstone Umbrella Holder Stand
If you want your umbrella stand to look more like a piece of art, this is the one for you. It has a unique open wire construction for maximum airflow and has a stone at the bottom to absorb any water.
Umbra Space Saving Hub Umbrella Stand
This stand features a space-saving design and a set of hidden hooks for all your smaller, compact umbrellas.
YAMAZAKI home Brick Umbrella Stand
The unique style of this stand isn’t just for looks. The cutouts allow you to easily hang small umbrellas right next to your larger golf umbrellas.
MyGift Metal Long Umbrella & Short Folding Umbrella Holder
A sleek, tiered umbrella stand is a great way to add storage to a small space. This one can be tucked behind a door or flat against a wall.
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