Color Coat your Hanging with the Fritz Hansen Coat Tree

By: Felicia Moursalien - Published: Dec 6, 2011 • References: fritzhansen & swiss-miss
Finding a fresh and unique way to hang up cumbersome winter jackets is an essential goal for many modern homes and offices, and the Fritz Hansen Coat Tree offers a tubular way to do so. The rack is color-coated and inspired by the tube and metro station maps in Europe. The colors are bright, light and airy and a perfect way to showcase all the worldly charm of a person/office with this piece.

The Fritz Hansen Coat Tree, although designed in 1971, is more relevant than ever and in fact has gone up in price over the years. Right now it rings in at 800 Euros or about $1200. No big deal perhaps for those lucky enough to even yearn for a Tube coat rack as London or Paris are notoriously expensive cities. Stats for Tube-Inspired Coat Racks Trending: Older & Mild
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