The 'Hanger Cloud' Mimics the Shape of Misty Airborne Water Particles

By: Jordy E  - Published: May 12, 2012 • References: reykjavikcornerstore
The 'Hanger Cloud' has been created in Iceland on behalf Mary design. Just at the title suggests, the product deliberately mimics the bulbous shapes of skylines, undulating in and out of outdoor views. The multiple sets of holes are meant to operate as hooks for items such as scarves, belts, leggings and knee-highs, turning the one-item-per-hook framework on its head.

The high-functioning aspect of the Hanger Cloud allows users to get a full overview of their wardrobes, inclusive of accessories. Home owners frequently lament closet spaces and hanging equipment as they have the ability to hide items, buried beneath whatever piece of apparel happens to come first in a row. This full-frontal approach solves this problem, bringing a slew of items to the fore altogether. Stats for Skyline Clothing Hooks Trending: Older & Chilly
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