Renowned for bringing fun and innovation to everyday items, Charles and Ray Eames "Hang-It-All" was a bold take on the coat hook. Part of the Eames range of toys and furniture created for children, it's made from a framework of coated steel wire with brightly coloured lacquered maple wood balls that appear to float freely. Manufactured using the same wire welding techniques as used in Eames' wire chair and table bases, it is the perfect storage space for anything from coats to skates.
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Hang-it-all coat hanger designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller furniture (Vitra Furniture in Europe) The Eames hangitall has a white powder coated steel rod frame with painted solid maple balls in nine colors. The Hang it all is a classic 1953 design by Eames and the sturdy steel frame is wall mounted and will hold bags, coats and hats. Our version is reproduced to the style of the original design.