Eames Hang-It-All® is as functional as it is fun. Enliven your space with this icon of mid-century modern design.
“We have to take pleasure seriously,” said designer Charles Eames, and the Hang-It-All (1953) is a perfect example of this mantra. Devised as a work of “”functioning decoration,”” Hang-It-All was originally designed to encourage children to hang up their belongings, but it quickly gained wider appeal, thanks to its playful design and practicality.
Made with a sturdy steel frame and solid maple wood balls, this design was created using the same technique for simultaneously welding wires that Charles and Ray Eames developed for their low tables and wire chairs. First crafted with multicolored hooks and a white wire frame, the material and colorway offering has since expanded with fidelity to the sophistication — and sense of play — of the original.
The Hang-It-All® frame is a steel rod with a durable powder-coat finish, available in white or black.
The black frame is available with solid wooden spheres in black or solid walnut.
The white frame is available with either the multi-color option with 14 solid wooden spheres in 9 different colors: yellow, mustard, blue, green, red, pastel pink, bold pink, purple, and black, or the white option with solid wooden spheres in white or solid walnut.”
370 mm (h) x 500 mm (w) x 160 mm (d)