The Messy Clothes Angel Performs Domestic Tidying Miracles

 - Dec 14, 2012
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The tidying fairy might be a figment of your imagination -- more likely actually your mother -- but the Messy Clothes Angel is for real. Designed by Lund & Paarmann, the piece is a convenient contraption with the capacity to accommodate a hamper's worth of articles that aren't yet ready to be washed.

Acting as a means to hold lightly-worn garments, the complex coat rack enables fabric to be aired out, preventing the onset or strengthening of odors and allowing them to maintain a freshness and fluffiness for longer. An assortment of different appendages supports a variety of items.

A halo-like ring on the top of the hybrid hatrack is what gave the Messy Clothes Angel its name. Shirts and scarves can hang from here, from the lower hoops or from the hooks of the pretty and practical LOPFURNITURE piece.