There are as many doorstoppers on the market as there are entrepreneurs. And there seems to be no stopping of humoristic ideas. Squirrels with their tails trapped. Squeezed, spilling paint tubes…
Or there is the simple, no-fuss wooden wedge.
“There’s nothing wrong with a normal wooden wedge as a doorstopper except… it looks untidy. It’s like this little piece that is never aligned with anything,” says Eero Koivisto. And continues: “The actual wedge needs to be there, of course, but the overall shape could be something that is never out of line, like the circle. This way, our doorstop factually adapts to architecture.”
Made in Poland.