You have no items in your shopping cart
A Riverdale coat is an essential part of the corridor or hallway. Upon entering is a place to hang your coat and scarf indispensable. A peg pick should not be difficult, but there is so much choice that I no longer see the forest for the trees; a coat stand? Hooks on the wall? A hang-coat?
Brackets are ideal to be able to hang out a lot; a hook for your scarf and one for your coat, or you hang them both on one hook. Coat hooks take up little space and are therefore a good choice for a narrow hallway or corridor. Make them part of your paneling. Provide additional storage with a Riverdale table or shelf above the hook, attach the hooks on a shelf, or just below it. A row of hooks at a lower height is useful for children's coats and bags. With Riverdale stool beneath the hook-kapstop have a convenient place to sit for your shoes on and off. Need more storage space? Then choose a bench with storage options. For a playful effect, choose different types of hooks on a shelf, or directly on the wall. Hang them on the same level or stagger them in height.
A Riverdale rack is also strong in the hallway, the tubes can be lots of lost. A disadvantage may be that you need clothes hangers for hanging jackets and the like, it takes a little more time than hang a coat on a hook. Leave a tube or branch hanging from the ceiling for a spatial effect. Attach a rod from wall to wall, use a plank with a rod or choose a portable clothes rack. A standing coat rack takes up less space in width, but does cost more walking space because you can hang around coats. There are several Riverdale coat.
was added to your shopping cart
Out of stock