One of the problems that we all have in the UK is that it rains. In fact, it rains quite a lot, depending where you are. The wind also blows. When it gets cold in the winter it snows too. Even in the summer we can have hailstorms.
That means that most of us who have any common sense have hats and coats so that we can venture out down to the shops, or take the dog for a walk, the kids to nursery school, or even just protect ourselves from a huge downpour when we go from the front door to the car: it may only be a few seconds, but you can get really wet. And there are many occasions when it has to be done, no matter what the weather is doing.
Of course, all this means that you need somewhere to hang all these coats and hats and scarves, and unless you have space for a hat and coat stand in your hallway or office entrance, there is little other choice than to have a wall attachment with hooks and so on, so that your hats and coats are there ready and waiting, no matter what the weather is doing.
At Contemporary Heaven, we’ve got you covered! (Sorry about that, but we couldn’t resist it). We have a huge choice of contemporary wall hooks for your hats, coats, scarves, keys, phones, and so on, so that they are there waiting the instant you need to leave your home or office. They are also there so that when you come in again you can hang those wet coats and hats up and allow them to dry off before your next sojourn out into the British weather!
The designs of these wall hat and coat hooks are nothing short of amazing, such as the Umbra Sticks Multi Hook
which is available in white, grey, black, and espresso colours. Very cleverly designed, it looks like a piece of wall art but contains five flip down hooks for use which are concealed in the body of the hanger. Just flip them down and – hey presto! – you have somewhere to hang that dripping wet coat and hat.
Now that is a very ingenious piece of design. But then so is everything that we stock at Contemporary Heaven. Just click on Storage on our home page, and then Coat Hangers
on the next page, and you’ll see what we mean.