Designers: Charles and Ray Eames
With their Hang-It-All, Charles and Ray Eames elevated the everyday coat rack into something inventive and fun. First crafted with multicolored hooks and a white wire frame, new options expand the offering, all with fidelity to the sophistication—and sense of play—of the original.
Originally designed for children, the Hang-It-All is now considered at home in places where adults work and play, too.
Although it's fun, it's practical, too. Strong enough to hold winter overcoats, laptop case, or messenger bag, it's a cheerful piece that can brighten up a foyer, mud room, bedroom, kitchen, or bathroom.
"The appreciation of the small objects that are around us every day is what produces an appreciation of art."Charles and Ray Eames View Design Story
To create the rack’s wire frame, Charles and Ray and the Eames Office applied the mass-production techniques for welding wires they had developed for earlier designs. The frame has a durable powder coat finish, and each of its angular bends is capped with solid wood spheres.
The Eames Hang-It-All first appeared in 1953 as storage for childrens’ belongings. Today, the whimsy established by the Hang-It-All in children’s room décor carries through to an artful foyer or entryway statement. For secure mounting, drywall anchors and screws are included.
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