Charles and Ray Eames, the husband and wife duo designed some lean, modern, sleek, simple and fantastically functional furniture. They began their venture in the mid-1940 by working on toys and furniture for kids, which included molded plywood animals, colorful building blocks and fanciful masks. This original hang-it-all is made of steel rod frame with white powder coat, and flaunts painted solid maple balls in nine different shades.
This attractively colored hang-it-all is a classic 1953 design by Charles Eames, and holds jackets, caps, bags, and almost anything else that you can think of! It is a compact product, which can be wall -mounted with ease, and comes with a hardware package complete with drywall anchors and screws. With as little as $149, you could redefine your room with the vibrant product.