Umbrella Stands

Umbrella Stands

When you have gone to a lot of trouble to decorate your hallway to perfection, remember  to add the final finishing touch: A handsome indoor umbrella stand. After all, you do not want to ruin the effect of your gorgeous hall decor by having a pile of dripping umbrellas falling all over the floor on a rainy day! Instead, give your visitors an attractive indoor umbrella holder to use and at the same time you will enhance the decorative theme of your hallway. It will also help you keep your hallway or foyer organized and tidy, and of course you can gather your walking sticks together too so they are always readily to hand when you head out for a gentle hike. 

Patio Umbrella Stands, Umbrella Bases and more!

From free standing patio umbrella bases, market umbrella stands to outdoor furniture such as patio furniture, our umbrella stands can match with many styles. For a heavy duty piece, we'd recommend something made of cast iron added to your home decor.  

We stock a wide selection of modern and vintage style umbrella stands in our online gallery, so browse around to find a design that you like. Materials range from aluminum, brass and iron to ceramics and mahogany wood.  The hallway sets the style for the house, so whether you enjoy traditional style decor or prefer a very modern design scheme, we have plenty of options for you by fine furniture makers and home accessory labels such as Jonathan Charles, Chelsea House, Theodore Alexander, Sarreid and Cyan Design. 

Quality Materials

From antique bronze to rust-resistant and weather resistant material, our umbrella stands are top quality. You will find each base plate to be sturdy. 

Perhaps you will choose a design that looks as if it belongs in a townhouse in Paris, crafted in swirling black and gilded cast metal? A brass wire model with hand-applied brasswork and elegant marquetry in the base combines both a traditional feel with an updated light and airy feel in the wirework, making it a great choice for a transitional design scheme. Blue and white hand-painted iron looks fresh and spring-like, while a chic stainless steel and marble style with the simple linear silhouette of 20th century minimalism will be ideal for modernists. For a more whimsical welcome, umbrella stand holders featuring sculptures of dogs, bears and sly foxes will create a rustic mood in your mountain cabin.  

Other Decor at EuroLuxHome.com

From patio tables to side tables and dining tables, entryway to living room furniture such as chaise seating, outdoor dining to outdoor living, we've got everything you need. We've got the best choice products for all sorts of situations.

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Umbrella Stands FAQ

01 What can I use as a makeshift umbrella stand?

You might be able to buy a large vase or a container that resembles a tall bucket. After you've given it a makeover, you may use it as an umbrella stand. It's quite straightforward. Simply purchase some paint in colors that you enjoy.

02 What are umbrella stands made from?

Umbrella bases are available in a wide range of materials. Cast iron, steel, concrete, and molded plastic are the most prevalent options.

03 What size is a typical umbrella stand?

The length of an umbrella stand in comparison to an indoor bin-like stand varies depending on the amount of umbrellas being stored, although it usually falls between 10-15 inches (25-38 cm).

04 How heavy does an umbrella stand need to be?

Multiply the width of your umbrella canopy by ten to determine the minimum weight for your umbrella stand. For a 7.5' umbrella, we recommend a 75 lb. umbrella stand; a 9' umbrella would need at least a 90 lb. umbrella stand.

05 How should I weight my umbrella stand?

Wet sand at the base gives the best support for heavy umbrellas, but it is not suggested for individuals who want to move the Cantilever regularly because it becomes considerably heavier to move and more difficult to empty.

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