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Sebastian Zachl's Coat Hook Design Uses Leftover Scraps of String

 - Mar 31, 2013
References: zachl.at & fromeurope.org
From various craft projects, artist Sebastian Zachl is left with scraps of colorful rope that he put to use in his recycled coat hook design project.

Filling the pieces of rope with a mystery material that he refuses to divulge, although it is probably some type of sturdy wire, he bends them into shape and tops them off with knots. The loop at the top stays true to the material, emphasizing the impressive use of rope in this decor idea, and also serves as a way to attach the hooks to a wall or door. Using a collection of mismatched ropes and colors, the hooks have a DIY aesthetic that is very stylish.

Sebastian Zachl incorporates this rope coat hook design on hangers as well.