Space-Saving Coat Rack
Refined Rubber Bracket on the Wall
The clothes rack consists of two wooden poles, which become a stable construction with two crossbars. This design is installed on the wall as follows: A bracket is attached to the wall on height of the coat rack’s top edge. Two rubber bands are connected with the bracket and now wrapped around the clothes rack’s poles. The wooden frame is now securely held by the construction with the rubber bands on the wall and stabilizes itself with its feet, which press against the wall and waste no space in the room. When installed, hangers and hooks can go perfectly on the clothes rail. In addition, objects also allow to be hung on the laterally protruding ends of the top pole.