Hanging’s too good for ’em

The way we hang our clothes is obviously one of life’s most important issues.

As a result, I have searched the web to bring you two cutting edge solutions.

If those wooden Ikea hangers made life intolerable, and if the hook on the back of your door sent you spiralling into depression then help is at hand.

A while ago I blogged about Ivy – a nifty little invention that you stick to your walls, like, well, ivy, and which you can then artfully hang your scarves, shawls and fluorescent nu-rave caps on. ivy.jpg

The problem is once you’ve found the optimum ratio of garment to ivy, you’ll never be able to use that piece of clothing again.

Anyway, Ivy is now for sale! Hurrah. Click here for more information.

If the idea of sticking pieces of pointy plastic on your whitewashed living room wall is too revolutionary, then I have another solution that is right up your alley.

Hangers.

magnet.jpg But hang on, didn’t we just say that hangers are just way too boring? Well, these are no ordinary hangers. These are magnetic

That’s right, they stick to metal.

And they’re all cool and angular and, for optimum uselessness, I think they even swivel!

Tragically, I don’t think these are available to the average consumer yet.

More information, though, is available here.

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2 Responses to “Hanging’s too good for ’em”


  1. 1 Beauty May 2, 2007 at 8:13 pm

    I LOVED the ivy when you first posted about it months ago. I even went searching for them!!

    However, I think that your interest in hangers is becoming a bit of an obsession… 🙂

  2. 2 aaron78 May 3, 2007 at 9:51 am

    Hehe! I think you’re right. I once had a bad accident because of a door hook. I’ve never been the same since. 😉


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