New & Noteworthy: A Modern Bentwood Coat Stand from Skagerak’s Turn Collection

Skagerak Turn Coat Stand in Situ

I don’t mind hanging my raincoat and down jacket from the hooks of a coat stand, but I always cringe a little when I have to do the same with my wool coat. I just feel like heavier or more formal outerwear needs the structure provided by hangers. And if I were to consider my winter coat’s feelings, as Marie Kondo would have me do, I would say it looked unhappy and uncomfortable sagging on the coat stand. (See Think Like Marie Kondo: 9 Tips from the World’s Top Storage Fanatic for more of her wisdom.)

Danish design company Skagerak has solved this problem with its latest additions to the Turn collection: a new coat stand with coordinating hooks and hangers. Introduced at the Stockholm Furniture Fair earlier this month, the new products are joining a trio of pieces already in the line: a stool, a bench, and a mirror. (For a list of stores that carry Skagerak pieces, go here.)

Skagerak Turn Coat Stand Detail
Above: The Turn line is designed by Danish designer Line Depping, who used the traditional bentwood technique of steaming wood to create the curves of the Coat Stand; £499.
Skagerak Turn Hanger
Above: The anodized aluminum Turn Hanger, in a golden hue, warms up the untreated ash of the Turn Coat Stand; a set of three hangers is £62.
Skagerak Turn Hook
Above: The Turn Hook (£26 for three), along with the Turn Hanger, mimics the curves of the Turn Coat Stand.

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