Vitra Hang it all wardrobe green by Charles & Ray Eames.
The wardrobe was designed in 1953 and is still one of the most popular wardrobes - not only for children.
To perk the Hang it all up Vitra goes for colour - green lacquered steel wire contrasts nicely with colourful wooden spheres.
The Hang it all can be extended nearly infinite - the space between the spheres stays the same and is a cheerful alternative to boring coat hooks.
The Eames Hang it all in green was introduced in 2013 at the annual Milano Fair and will be available at the end of July.
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