The Vitra Hang it all wardrobe - designed by the designer couple Eames in 1953 - is one of the most famous designs by Ray and Charles Eames, and it belongs to classy design.
Used instead of simple hooks, these brightly-coloured wooden spheres were aimed at encouraging children to hang up "all their things'', such as: jackets, toys, roller skates, dolls, or backpacks.
But the last years showed, that classy wardrobe isn't just for the children's rooms, no it is also a cheerful, and functional alternative.
Vitra reproduces the once by Ray Eames original designed box. Because of this, the 'Hang it all' wardrobe is not only a real classy living furniture, it can also be a great present.Also in our blog:
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