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“Hi, what is the weight limit for this rack?”
asked by Shenika
“Hi, what is the depth of this rack when hook is flipped out?”
asked by Ben
“Hi, how many hooks does this rack have?”
asked by Susan
“Hi, is this rack wall mounted?”
asked by Scott
“Hi, how wide is each hook?”
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Sticks Wall Mounted Hook Rack
Eric from Charlotte, NC– Verified Buyer
Very nice, it gets a lot of compliments and doesn't really look like a coat rack when the pegs are against the wall. It even comes with a paper template for putting the holes in the wall which is very handy. Highly recommended.
REALLY FUN Coat Rack
Patty from Preston, ID– Verified Buyer
Have two of these mounted together in my back door entry/laundry room. When not in use, looks like a cool sculpture and when in use, look equally "cool". Use it too as a "drying rack" for the laundry. People are always asking "what is it" (they have fun finding the disappearing hooks) and "where did you find it"??
Unusual and Functional
Matilda from Washington, DC– Verified Buyer
/these hooks really add a lot to our entryway. They look nice enough to stand on their own, but also help us keep the dog leash corralled. The material definitely feels a little on the cheap side, but is what you would expect for the price
Norma from Tahlequah, OK– Verified Buyer
In a small apartment with no entrance hall or closet, this is so convenient to hang jackets, purses or keys. However when not in use, no one ever guesses that it is anything but an interesting and attractive wall hanging.
Great for small spaces
Lyn from Pittsburgh, PA
In a condo, the wise use of space is crucial. This piece takes up only a small amount of wall space that would not have been used otherwise, and it serves a great storage purpose. It also looks like decorative wall art when not being used as a coat rack.
Heather from Champaign, IL– Verified Buyer
This is stylish and functional :) I love that it acts as art when empty.
Tisha from Utah– Verified Buyer
Looks really neat on our entry-way wall! Not sure if I would fill it with several heavy bags or anything, but for what we needed (a hat or two, a jacket or scarf), it's great! Fits the décor in our house better than many of the other coat hangers out there. Plus, takes up way less space (we didn't have enough room to accommodate a larger coat hanger). In summary - glad we bought it!
Can hold the load!!!
Herman from Whitefish, MT– Verified Buyer
Due to its design, this coat hanger, besides being attractive, it is the most functional I have seen since the weight it holds is supported by the wall..
not a traditional coat hook
tracy from griswold, CT– Verified Buyer
This looks like art in my space but provides a function so I'm happy with it. Its small and has held up well with multiple coats hung at once
Cute and stylish hook
Fruit Blossom from Chula Vista, CA– Verified Buyer
Another good Umbra Hook product... Got the white one for my daughter's Pink & White room. My 11-year old son said that the hook was cool and wanted one for his room too. It's definitely a stylish hook, not the usual boring kind. Easy to hang and screws are included.
The U+ Studio Collection, which offers a range of sophisticated aesthetics from raw to sleek, can be found exclusively at contemporary design retail specialists.
Umbra began in 1979, when boyhood friends, Paul Rowan and Les Mandelbaum joined forces to create exciting, everyday products that alter the overall aesthetic of a home, beginning with a printed window shade unlike anything then in the market ("umbra" means shade in latin).
Twenty-five years later, Umbra's award-winning design team - 22 men and women from all over the world and notable outside product designers, all under Paul Rowan's direction - remains the heart and soul of the company. Its offices worldwide now house more than 450 people.