A clothes hanger, coat hanger or coat hanger, is a device in the shape of:
- Human shoulders designed to facilitate the hanging of a coat, jacket, sweater, shirt, blouse or dress in a manner that prevents wrinkles, with a lower bar for the hanging of trousers or skirts.
- Clamp for the hanging of trousers, skirts, or kilts. Both types can be combined in a single hanger.
There are three basic types of clothes hangers. The first is the wire hanger, which has a simple loop of wire, most often steel, in a flattened triangle shape that continues into a hook at the top.
The second is the wooden hanger, which consists of a flat piece of wood cut into a boomerang-like shape with the edges sanded down to prevent damage to the clothing, and a hook, usually of metal, protruding from the point.Some wooden hangers have a rounded bar from tip to tip, forming a flattened triangle. This bar is designed to hang the trousers belonging to the jacket.
The third kind and most used in today’s world are plastic coat hangers, which mostly mimic the shape of either a wire or wooden hanger. Plastic coat hangers are also produced in smaller sizes to accommodate the shapes of children’s clothes.
But today in this article I will share you some more interesting designs of hanger which show some stylish, creative and modern concept. I hope you like this hangers and want to purchase these hangers to use your sweet home.
Chair Back Coat Hangers
Hang in On an Arrow
There’s really nothing artistic about clothes strewn all over your house. So, if you’re figuring out a way to manage clothes in a cool stylish way, then the Arrow Hanger is the answer for you. The shaft of the arrow slings out when you want to hang many clothes from hangers, but if it’s just a hat or a coat, you can leave the shaft up.
Swan coat hanger
This Swan coat hanger prototype was dreamed up by industrial design student Asaf Yogev, who created a deceptively simple pattern that’s a whole lot more versatile than those old-fashioned hangers in your closet and mine.
While it might not make a very good TV antenna or speaker cable, the Swan takes advantage of various centers of gravity when hanging objects from its multiple parts. The result? It not only hangs your coat and hat in style, it gives you a unique way to air out those stinky running shoes. Nice.
Wooden bird coat hanger
Created by Jennifer Rabatel who wrote, “Somehow, I have always been fascinated with this object. I can’t help noticing both mechanical and aesthetic beauty in such a tool.” The great function of this hanger is that you are able to fold it in one fine piece. At first designed to create and measure angles, they are very simple yet perfectly shaped coat hangers.
Trophy Hangers by Phil Cuttance
The talented designer from New Zealand Phil Cuttance designed these fun animal hangers, which he called The Trophy Hangers ($50 for the set of two). The best thing to do would be to hang the animal face in one room, and the rear exactly at the same place in the opposite room. That’s what a real hunter would do.
Wooden Hanger Pals
GREEN REVOLUTION Hanger
Jesus Clothes Hanger
Blow Up Hanger
Pitchfork Coat and Shovel Coat Hanger by David Olschewski
I love this deisgn, the Pitchfork Coat and shovel Coat Hanger by David Olschewski. They are beautiful and Cool coat hangers. If you worry they will cut your garments? What a waste to use a pitchfork only for garden work. When a few are skillfully combined, they make a very graceful coat stand. The rounded prong tips prevent any damage to garments.