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What's In It For You

Eames Hang-It-All

Product Story

With their Hang-It-All, Charles and Ray Eames elevated the everyday coat rack into something inventive and fun. First crafted with multicolored hooks and a white wire frame, two new monochromatic options, all-black and all-white, expand the offering with fidelity to the sophistication—and sense of play—of the original.

Eames Hang-It-All

Strong Structure

Welded steel. The wire frame attaches directly to walls or other surfaces.

Powder-coat finish. For durability under daily use.

Hardware package. For secure mounting, drywall anchors and screws are included.

Eames Hang-It-All

Fun and Functional

A choice of colors. The solid maple balls are painted in nine colors or all black or all white.

A practical rack. Holds hats, umbrellas, robes, jackets, scarves, skates, backpacks, and more.

Design Story

Ray Eames designed a variety of whimsical toys and furniture pieces specifically for children, including this 1953 piece for Tigrett Enterprises Playhouse Division.

Why children's products? For purely personal reasons: Charles and Ray wanted to give them to their own grandchildren and to the children of friends.

The Hang-It-All—along with molded plywood animals, small-scale chairs and tables, elaborate cardboard-and-paper masks, and brightly colored building blocks—were all given the same careful design consideration as the couple's furniture designs.

To achieve the Hang-It-All's spidery base, the Eameses used the mass-production techniques for welding wires that they developed for their wire-base tables and wire chairs.

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