So, Ive had this in-store for a few weeks now, but Ive been so busy that I almost forgot to feature this Modern Classic from my favorite mid-century modern designer. Geez!
The great thing about the Hang It All is that it fits right in with the Eames modus operandi, fun, functional, sleek. I guess the fun part is particularly true, as the Hang It All was originally introduced in 1953 as part of their childrens line for Tigrett Enterprises Playhouse Division. But old people love fun things too. Just take a look at makes boring walls, foyers and entryways fun and quirky:
In this fabulously retro, mid-century modern living room, the Eames Hang It All makes a good home for all your jewelry. Shown here with a gorgeous mid-century modern curtain and the Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair.
Here the Eames Hang It All is shown in this impossibly cool, graphic design inspired foyer:
The Eames Hang It All is twice as nice when you have a lot of stuff that needs hangingso get two:
Even in this modest home, the Eames Hang It All adds a needed dose of color and bubblegum funplus, love the Jean Prouve chairs in the dining room:
The Eames Hang It All finds a home for its intended audience in this adorable childrens mudroom. Doubled up atop a banquet, two is better than one since kids have a lot of stuff that tends to need hanging:
And finally, it makes a really cute addition to a sitting room or living room for a bit of open storage:
The solid steel, white powder-coated frame is characterized by solid wooden ball “hooks” in eight distinctive colors blue, orange, purple, green, red, yellow, pink and black.
Whether you hang it in your office, foyer, bedroom or childrens room, itll definitely inject some fun and playfulness into your space!