Umbra is one of those brands known for consistently putting out sleek, clever products (see: their floating shelves), so it's never a surprise when you stumble upon a new Umbra design and immediately want to add it to your wishlist. Pano is no exception, and it's a genius product for anyone who lives in a studio or small apartment.
Pano, designed by Sung wook Park, gives new meaning to multitasking for renters—it's essentially a room divider and an incredibly easy gallery wall (one that doesn't even require Command strips, let alone nails), all in one piece. The fold-up divider features three rotating panels, each with space for six 5'x7' and 4'x6' photos, for a total of 18 photos. The frame is simple and modern, made with steel vertical pipes and a black, powder-coated finish. Plus, at $150, it's an affordable piece—especially considering how much you'd likely spend on frames and hardware to hang an entire 18-piece gallery wall.
Pano is perfect for carving out a private space in a studio, or adding interest to a rental where you can't hang photos on the walls. Fill it with nostalgic photos, pictures of your loved ones, photos you've taken, smaller art prints you love, or a mix of all of the above—the options are just about endless.
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