Minus Tio Plans to Keep Your Hallway Organized

Minus Tio Plans to Keep Your Hallway Organized

Swedish brand Minus tio has crowned 2017 all about the hallway so they’ve added a series of practical shelves and racks to their collection. Each object is designed and locally made in the south of Sweden with a Scandinavian aesthetic that would work in just about any entryway or hallway for some added functionality.

Chip, designed by Olle and Ingrid Wingård, pulls double duty – it not only holds your coats down below, it contains your gloves, hats, scarves, and anything else you shed when coming in the door. It was inspired by a traditional Swedish chip basket used for mushroom picking.

Arches is another coat rack designed by Olle and Ingrid Wingård but this time in a smaller size. Perfect for a small entryway or office, the rack contains a basket-like shelf in white, black, purple red, or subtle pink with contrasting or matching hooks to hold the rest of your stuff.

The Open Hanger is by Jenny Nordberg who created a series based on an open bowl. Wanting to find a manufacturer that would work with pre-existing tools instead of developing new ones, Jenny designed this three bowl hanger to hold your hats, helmets, coats, or clothes on in your hallway.

The Open Wall Bowl is perfect for holding all of your smaller items, like your keys or loose change from your pocket.

Open Bowl is made to sit on your console for holding your small gear or more as a statement piece if you prefer.

via http://design-milk.com/


Author: Connor Renwick

I'm a store mad guy who loves sharing the best and quirkiest shopping experiences around. I live for designer fashion, Versace, high end furniture, jewellery and travel.

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