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Muuto Dots Coat Hooks create an amazing display on any wall. In four sizes and an array of colours and finishes they're perfect for hanging coats, hats, display items or just for the pure creativity.

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Design by Lars Tornoe.
The hook is made of solid oak, ash or walnut. This wood has been selected with great care, for example there should be no knots in the wood. The wood is polished and varnished or a layer of paint in one of the many available colors. By combining different colors and sizes with each other, you can put together your own artwork / pattern, neatly arranged or staggered and colorful over the wall. The Dots clothes hooks are supplied with a mounting screw each.

This stylish Scandinavian hooks / wardrobe system is just like a piece of art on your wall, even without coats, bags and the like, simply beautiful.

If you are going to hang clothing over it, the dots have rounded edges so that your clothing is treated with the greatest care! (no pointed prints).

Already 17 colors!

The dimensions are: large Ø 17, medium Ø 13, small Ø 9 cm extra small Ø 6.5 cm.

Material is first class oak, for the lacquered versions ash wood, and now there is also the walnut version. You will also receive a mounting screw with each dot.
The Dots are versatile wooden hooks in a functional, vibrant design. Taking a playful approach to the conventional coat hook, Dots can be arranged in infinite numbers and combinations in a variety of sizes. Their diverse range of uses makes them practical for both private and professional spaces.

About the Norwegian designer:

Lars Tornøe is a Norwegian designer, working within furniture and product design. He has won several awards such as Designer of the Year in Norway and the Award for Design Excellence while his work has been shown at exhibitions around the world and his Dots for Muuto is part of the permanent collection at the Danish Design Center.

On His Design Philosophy:

“I select my ideas very carefully. A concept must give me great motivation—if not, I put it to rest. A lot of my initial ideas include an abstract vision of the expression and personality that the product should communicate. Translating this into physical form is my favorite part of the design process.”

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