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This Danish designed coat rack expands the range of the conventional hallway wardrobe by it very minimal design. It fits perfectly in most hallways and you can use it for towels and soft robes in your bathroom.
The steel frame of the rack is simple, elegant and stable. Grid Coat Stand is available in black and white powder coated steel. Hallway furniture is about packing function into a small space, and therefore we have made it relatively small while it still can accommodate a range of clothing and is robust enough to last. As we bring our winter coats out of retirement, hallways can end up cluttered with the layers we pile on for the season. A functional coat stand helps to keep things organized we have placed a shelf into the rack to keep umbrellas and shoes out of your way too. If your hallway is spacious enough the Grid Coat Stand airy design is ideal to display your coats, hats and shoes.
At Kristina Dam Studio we always keep our focus on simple graphic lines, attention to detail and carefully selected materials. The quality is always of the essence which is reflected in the craftsmanship and construction of the entire collection. A range of strong materials is selected to ensure that every item will last many years. Kristina Dam Studio is on a mission of making art and interior merge while always honoring the proud Scandinavian design tradition.
31.4 in. Length x 16 in. Width x 63 in. Height
Powder Coated Steel
Please make sure that the coat stand is correct assembled before usage. Use the adjustable feet to level the furniture. Do not overload the furniture, as it could tip over or bend the frame.
Please do not use any chemicals to clean the steel. Use only warm soap water and dry with a soft cloth. Please be careful when placing objects on the furniture to avoid damaging the surface. Also arrange the coat stand carefully to prevent scratches on the floor. Do not sit, stand, or hang on the Grid Coat Stand! Max load capacity is 22 lbs.
Kristina Dam Studio
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