The Leaning Loop is a multi-purpose upright organizer made of solid hardwood. It is a handcrafted modular clothing hanger, bag holder, gadget shelf, mirror, magnet board, key holder, and shoe shelf all in one slender package. Born out of necessity, the piece was envisioned by Jason van der Burg of Urbanworm Design, while designer lived in a tiny room of a shared apartment. He needed something compact, functional and elegant to hold his entryway items (as, indeed, many of us do). The Leaning Loop comes in ash, cherry, walnut, rift white oak, or maple. You can choose between a magnetic blackboard or magnetic mirror and customize your hardware. And the best part for renters (and/or gals) – no drilling of the wall is required.
This clever and visually stunning coat rack has been created by Netherlands based Studio Rene Siebum. The piece is constructed of hexagonal blocks and transforms a wall into a wardrobe. Besides the clear storage function, the coat rack can serve as a decorative object. The piece is made from untreated mahogany wood and comes in three sizes.
This laconic coat rack has been designed by German studio linea1. Made out of folded galvanized sheet steel, the piece looks like a simple white box, hanging on the wall. It’s only when you start using it – you discover the hidden hooks on the bottom of the rack and a receptacle for mail and small items on top. The surface of the box itself can be used for notes and magnets, creating a mach needed memory board right by your front door. Beautiful.
(thank you, Heiner)