The 'Tends moi ton manteau' Expands to Hang Dozens of Items Individually

 - Jan 30, 2013
References: emiliecazin & designspotter
You won't need to sling jacket on top of jacket, on top of scarf with the 'Tends moi ton manteau.' This unique piece has plenty of hooks to go around, each one suspended from a separate red string that's been slotted securely from the crown of the coat rack.

Emilie Cazin's product is made from a lovely pale beechwood. It's a single horizontal piece of timber with a cross-shaped base and a top that's been scored into nine distinct pegs. Quite a few segments of cords have been knotted on one end, slipped into the slits and left to hang with little plastic hooks fed through looped tips. You can store dozens of garments on 'Tends moi ton manteau;' it has enough catches to go around and it simply thickens in appearance.