As city dwellers, it’s important to incorporate elements of nature into our daily lives so we don’t become as stone-cold as the environment around us. That’s just one of the many reasons we love this Yosemite Coat Rack made from the mangosteen tree, which bears the exotic purple fruit found in Indonesia. And who wouldn’t want an enchanted forest greeting them at their front door?
Detroit-based industrial designer Jack Craig came out with a minimal wooden coat rack that doubles as a room divider. Crafted from light Ash and simply dubbed Coat rack room dividers, it gets “activated” when guests arrive and drape their clothes on its many modular units. As clothing populates the racks, the structure starts to disappear turning into a fabric landscape that also works as a space divider, which seems like the perfect prop for closet-deprived New Yorkers.
Coat Rack for Bonnie is not just a regular hanger; it’s an exploration of human habits through minimalist design. Created by Kiwi designer Annabelle Nichols, this handy piece of furniture will be a great addition to any home’s entrance hall. It comes with specially-designed compartments for keeping what anyone would need–or mustn’t forget–when going out: keys, a book or magazine, a coat and, of course, shoes.