Eames Hang-It-All in Multi-colour
Charles and Ray Eames
Accessories - Coat Racks
- Product information
The Hang It All, designed in 1953, was originally made for Tigrett Enterprises’ Playhouse Division and Herman Miller reissued it in 1994.
Used instead of plain hooks, the coat rack was designed at inspiring children to literally hang up all their things.
For extra storage, multiple coat racks can be mounted side by side, so you can hang it all.
The Eames Hang It All is a cheerful alternative to dull coat hooks —and it’s not just for children’s rooms.
With their Hang-It-All, Charles and Ray Eames elevated the everyday coat rack into something inventive and fun. First crafted with multicoloured hooks and white wireframe, the material and colourway offering has since expanded with fidelity to the sophistication, and sense of play, of the original.
To create the rack’s wireframe, which attaches to walls or other structures, Charles and Ray and the Eames Office applied the mass-production techniques for welding wires they had developed for earlier designs. The frame has a durable powder coat finish, and each of its angular bends is capped with solid wood balls. Still noted for its whimsy, the Hang-It-All is also appreciated as a useful piece of art.
Material: Solid wood balls
Frame: Welded steel wire
500mmW x 165mmD x 370mmH