Coat Hooks

No doubt autumn is here; I awoke this morning to frost on rooftops, cars and my garden!  Sadly (for me) it’s time to pull out the warmer coats.  Now where to hang them?

Thought I would share with you some interesting variations of the coat hook.

First up is the Girotondo Coat Rack by Alessi.  I like the polished chrome.

The Kartell hook made of polycarbonate is available in 4 vivid hues and solid black and white.

The classic Hang It All Coat Rack by Ray and Charles Eames never disappoints.

The Hook Box by Luca Nichetto designed to not only hold a coat but solves the problem of where to put your ‘stuff’.

Another hook that solves the problem of where to put your ‘stuff’, the Cubby coat hook designed by Materious.

The FontanaArte Holder is made from blown transparent glass that provides a spot for bus fare or the dog leash.

The Tabard designed by Denis Santachiara is fitted with 6 hooks on the inside and a lamp to light your clothing.  Generally coat hooks are covered by clothes, whereas the Tabard covers the clothes protecting them from dust.

The Droog Sucker designed by Jan Hoekstra and Leon Ramakers solves the problem of having to drill holes into the walls by ‘sucking’ onto a smooth surface.  And it’s available in 6 different fun colours.

The Quote Hooks by Blend give gentle reminders each day.

Which one would you choose?

 

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