What do a laundry bag, basket, bar, rack and hamper have in common? They are all clothes storage systems and drying solutions take up space – and tend to look rather out of place inside of a room. It is no wonder so many of us give up and simply turn our furniture into an ersatz dryer.
First, this system solves the classic problem of having a single object somewhere in your small space (such as fold-out rack that needs area on all sides) since each of these wall-leaning hangers can be placed against any spare surface.
Second, though the solution is more dispersed than a solitary unit would be it is just as collapsible as the alternatives – when not in use, you can simple stack and store these sorter hangers out of the way somewhere (or treat them as abstract modern decor!).
Finally, Stephanie Estoppey, the designer of these clever laundry hanging system, illustrates how they can animate a space. Suddenly, instead of laundry laying out and looking like an eyesore it becomes part of the aesthetic of an interior – almost like decorating the room (though it may perhaps be a good idea to skip this step with your more private undergarments).
Estoppey is now a member of sustainable design collective Studio Colony.
“Our claim is a promise we keep: we are at your service to develop products that meet your needs perfectly – with no risk of being blinded by the familiar routine. In our role as your external design department, we bring fresh insight into your business.”
“We listen carefully to make sure we fully understand your concerns. Then we go on to develop ideas and solutions according to your wishes and needs – always from a new starting point but without reinventing the wheel. We connect with our clients at a personal level and strive to build relationships that last. Our network of partners and industry contacts is a resource we gladly put at your disposal.”
“Beauty, to us, is a function of the product. It expresses appreciation and makes a product more durable. That, too, is sustainable design.”