Hilka Coat Rack

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A creative coat stand inspired by nature.

Following on the footsteps of the minimalist pendant light that blended contrasting materials in a refined way, Ukrainian brand MZPA launches a beautiful product that maintains the same design approach while providing a fresh take on standard coat racks. Ingenious and versatile, Hilka brings coat stand modern design to a new level of creativity and function. The brainchild of two designers, Ulyana Zachkevych and Stanislav Boichuk, the coat rack takes inspiration from nature. It features four or six ash wood ‘branches’ that have a split top section. This means that the user can easily place a coat, bag and a scarf on the same element. The wooden poles stand on a metal base, allowing the user to remove them or change their position when and as needed.

Minimal and elegant, Hilka may blend into any interior, but its creative design certainly stands out in any living space. You can find the coat stand on the company’s official website. The large version comes with four ‘branches’ and costs $799, while the standard model has six hangers and a price tag of $499.

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