We're no stranger to innovative clothes hanger designs. This time, we've been turned on to a design that consists a lot more than what meets the eye. UK-based homeware brand Gazel has introduced a sleek hanger that won't damage your clothes with some avant garde functionality.
The Gazel clotheshanger will look good in your closet and it actually looks like one of those products that holds true on the term "user-friendly." Read on to find out how this design might have the power to make you want to hang up your clothes.
The process might be simple, but the inspiration behind the design is much more than a pretty form. The designers looked to incorporate the "grace, speed and elegance of the gazelle on the African plains" into the final product. We think they did pretty well, considering the shape's nod to the sleek animal.
It's easy to toss clothes aside after long day's work. Whether it's not enough closet space (guilty as charged) or the thought of struggling against wire contraptions that are either too short to catch both ends of your frock or long enough to leave awkward shoulder bumps, the resistance to keeping a organized closet is understandable. Designers Ronan Murphy and Kevin Doherty share a bit of insight into what they think Gazel can bring to the daily act of hanging up your clothes:
"With this design, we've tried to bring a flicker of joy to an interaction often seen as mundane or awkward. We think that this 'flicker of joy' is actually quite important: it can be the spark for a happier and more fulfilling day in general."
It seems that this might be just the product you've been searching for if you've ever lost the battle of organization to a closet cluttered with a multitude of wire and plastic hangers that do more damage than good.
Get more information on the Gazelle Hanger on the brand's website.
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