Beach Bag With A Lighthouse Design

by The Original Canvas Bucket Bag Company


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Product Description

A generous sized natural canvas beach bag with a striking red and white lighthouse design and two soft cotton rope knotted handles.

Our bag is big enough to hold ‘all you need for a day at the beach or pool, it is functional and looks stylish.

It can also be used anywhere around your home for storage – toys, laundry, newspapers, magazines, shoes … indeed it can hold almost anything!

Made from 100% strong natural undyed cotton canvas with rope in the rim for added strength.

This bag folds flat when not in use so fits nicely into your suitcase when you go on holiday.

We recommend sponge cleaning if required.


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Dimensions 27 x 27 x 27 cm

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The Original Canvas Bucket Bag Company

The Original Canvas Bucket Bag Company is based on the Isle of Wight and was established by Becky Samuelson and Nicola Price to offer stylish and practical canvas bucket bags.

Made out of 100% strong cotton canvas, our canvas bags come with rope or soft cotton rope handles. They have rope in the rim for added strength and fold flat when not in use. Hugely versatile, our canvas bags combine style with practicality and look good anywhere. These hard wearing canvas bucket bags provide a useful storage solution around the home for toys, logs, linen, shoes ... The traditional bosuns style bucket with outside pockets is great for holding all your gardening tools (in fact it's great for holding any hobby stuff - knitting, art materials...) For a trip to the beach or the swimming pool our canvas beach bags are fantastic for carrying everything you are likely to need. Our canvas bags come plain or with screen printed designs - these original eye catching designs are by artist Becky Samuelson who was inspired by living by the sea on the Isle of Wight to come up with the range of nautical designs.