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The Romo Coat Hanger Imitates an Intriguing Earthly Phenomenon

If you've seen the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland, that will likely have come to mind when you first set eyes on the Romo Coat Hanger. This coat rack offers you more than four lengthy pegs and a cluster of smaller ones, for it serves as a fascinating sculpture that protrudes from your wall.

Like the brown hexagonal columns that project from the North Atlantic coast, this set of clothes hooks comprises thick six-sided rods of cold-rolled steel. The hard material has been given a finish of patina to achieve that rocky and earthy look. Several dozen of these bars have been grouped together tightly, sticking out from the wall to various extents. The Dan Romo Coat Hanger provides textural intrigue where you wouldn't expect it, transforming an often basic object into an visually interesting one with a geographic allusion.