Chairs might generally be made to offer you a place to repose; however, how often do you find that you use them as a place to collect stray garments around the house? Beth's Chair has been designed in such a way that recognizes this common second purpose of the standard piece of furniture and offers several layers of rungs on which to hang your things.
Miguel Mestre has extended the backrest of the perch, turning the object into a whimsical-looking item. This panel is solid for about the first foot above the seat before it opens up to offer five rails and a clothes hook on one side. Beth's Chair has a great capacity to be used as a towel rack in the bathroom, a shelf in the bedroom or a coatrack in the foyer.