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Tibou by Quentin de Coster Turns Door and Dresser Knobs into Hooks

 - Mar 21, 2014
References: quentindecoster & yankodesign
It can't be argued that door handles and dresser knobs are the perfect height for children to hang their clothes, coats and bags off of; Tibou by Quentin de Coster, an industrial designer born in Liege, Belgium, and based in Brussels, is a series of luxury hardware that addresses this truth. It essentially turns the handles and knobs into actual hooks to make the practice easier and more aesthetically pleasing.

What makes Tibou by Quentin de Coster particularly promising is the fact that it keeps the original purpose of these bits of hardware intact. This way, parents and guardians don't have to feel the need to scold their children every time they leave their stuff hanging in such an unceremonious manner. Not to mention that they can use them too.