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That's not a coat hanger, it's a coat rack, or hall tree, or coat stand but, not a coat hanger.
maybe it could be a coat tree?
I like it, how muchy?? I couldn't get the price off the website.
Probably very expensive, like everything from Cappellini.
They have showrooms in LA and NY, here is that info from the downloadable catalog:LOS ANGELES 8950 Beverly Blvd 90048 Los Angeles CA (Usa) phone 1 310 2789260 fax 1 310 2789263 firstname.lastname@example.orgNEW YORK 152 Wooster Street 10012 New York NY (Usa) phone 1 212 9660669 fax 1 646 4372590 email@example.comAnd they should be able to tell us the price.I was thinking that would make for a splendid floor lamp, by lining the inside with rice paper (the paper that is on shoji screens) and having an up-light inside it.Not only would it glow, but the curlicues would be transferred to the walls.I can also see hanging the tear drop lead crystals on the curlicues (no paper) and using a clear bulb, whatever kind is used at jewelry stores that makes diamonds sparkle.And it would make a really great trellis on top of a round pot of the same color.I like that thing.
It's hard to tell without seeing it in person. Afterall, this thing is 5'7 ft tall.
Not to hang your coat, but I bet you could have a ton of fun with that puffy paint:http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/sf/look/look-diy-puffy-paint-terra-cotta-planters-053056making curlicues on these:http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/10116279I don't know if that would work, but buying a tall paper lamp and doing curlicues would be a lot less expensive, I'm sure.
it's a coat rack, or hall tree, or coat stand.
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