This beech wood skyline becomes a convenient place to hang your hat and coat. It's part of a "house" themed collection by Dutch design studio Tas-Ka, which has also created and curated an awesome array of homewares, decorations, and accessories. Take a few to browse their site for lovely things!
Even the steadiest of hands can give a little shake when the time comes to take a picture, but it can be a big pain to lug around a traditional tripod to keep your camera steady. The neat little durably designed Gorillapod can bend around poles, tree branches, handlebars or stand flat on the ground giving your images a crisp look without the blurs.
The deceptive disarray of this shiny rack is anything but random. Careful composition of
19 lacquered dowels provides multiple pegs for the clothes you cast off as you stroll through the apartment door: No slicker will slip; no hoodie will fall to the floor. Should you need to shed your chapeau, Victoria Butler’s puzzle of pick-up sticks plays sturdy host to cap and coat.
- Home is a place to hang your hat. And your coat. More than a sleek place to rest your jacket, these six coat rack designs combine storage and style with a certain je ne sais quoi.
If Aunt May had her way, Peter Parker might sling cotton around the house intead of webs across the city, resulting in these softly sweatered oak shelves.
Fancy yourself a flower arranger but can't keep a blossom in bloom? Target your talents at the Torch Light. Available as a single stem or in bunches, the simple design lets you create your own luminous bouquet.
Le Creuset’s pretty and practical kettles quickly boil water for tea, French-press coffee, oatmeal and more. At home in both traditional and contemporary kitchens, this classic design combines the elegant styling of an antique with elements of modern technology. This kettle features a unique locking handle and heat-resistant phenolic knob for easy lifting, pouring and cleaning. Single-tone whistle lets you know when water reaches a rolling boil.
- The second day at Salone del Mobile was no less exciting than the first. Here are some snapshots and images of today's best finds.