Friday Favorites: Hang It
Small spaces and entryways benefit from using creative means to maximize storage. Hang it up with our favorite modern hangers, wall hooks, coat racks, and compact storage solutions:
Create a colorful and functional wall of art with the Coat Dots from Vitra. These wooden balls are painted in shinning, cheery colors, and are a handy way to drape your coats, jackets, and scarves. Each set comes with three ombré shades, so you can create a rainbow or a monochromatic display.
The Umbra Hanger Chair is all of the functionality of a folding chair with the added space saving component of an integrated hanger. Its simple modern design not only looks great, but has space saving in mind, it folds flat for easy hanging in the hall closet.
Throw your hat up on this mid-century modern classic from Herman Miller. The Eames Hang-It-All features 14 colorful gum ball hooks for all your hanging and draping needs. Install this playful modern hanger by the front door for added convenience. The Hang-It-All comes in the original multi-colored and walnut finishes, as well as all black and all white finishes.
The solution to minimal closet space, the Anker Folding Clothing Rack from Menu A/S instantly provides more hanging room. Ideal for multiple purposes, keep it on hand in the guest bedroom for out of town visitors, or loft dwellers can use it as a closet replacement. This modern hanger is collapsible and folds flat for easy storage.
Hang it effortlessly with the Palm Coat Rack from Eastvold Furniture. A set of three powder-coated steel hooks in a range of colorful finishes convert bare walls into an ideal hanging setup. A single solid wood shelf is the ideal place to stash your necessities. You’ll never leave without your sunglasses again.
Hang it on this minimal coat hanger, the graphic look of the Afteroom Coat Hanger is comprised of all the storage hooks you’ll need.
Darren is one of the Merchandise Managers for YLiving, and has had a long career in the Home Furnishings industry with companies like RH, Gumps and ABC Carpet & Home. He has a passion for art and design inspired by his time at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. He spends his free time in his garden picking lemons and avoiding mowing the lawn, while playing with his long-haired dachshund.