Eames Hang-It-All, Herman Miller x HAY


SKU: HIAC. Made To Order
12-14 Weeks

Every bit as whimsical as it is practical, this design is available in both playful colors or mellow hues, to turn an ordinary coat rack into a spot of fun.

The Eames Hang-It-All, originally released in 1953, exemplifies the Eameses’ belief in taking pleasure seriously. Originally crafted with painted solid-maple wood, this colorful rack has been tailored in line with Mette and Rolf Hay’s vision and now features cast-glass balls and two spirited new colorways. A clever play on color, tactility, and light, the Herman Miller x HAY collaboration celebrates and enhances Charles and Ray Eames’s whimsical midcentury design. This multipurpose rack—designed to hold coats, hats, bags, and much more—is created using the same technique for simultaneously welding wires that Charles and Ray developed for their low tables and wire chairs.




The Herman Miller x HAY collection is available at Herman Miller in North America, South America, Asia, Australia, and Africa.  Non-Herman Miller x HAY collection Eames furniture designs are available at Vitra in Europe and the Middle East

Weight 2.21 lbs
Dimensions 19.69 × 6.3 × 14.57 in
Year Designed

1953, 2022


Powder-coated steel frame with cast-glass spheres


5 Years

Charles & Ray Eames


A handful of Eames furniture designs, such as the Lounge Chair and Ottoman or the Molded Fiberglass Shell Side Chair, have become ubiquitous. Some are a staple in the interior design of airports around the world. Charles and Ray Eames spent forty years creating furniture in the realm of tables, lounges, chairs, room dividers, stools, and more for public and residential spaces.

Furniture Is Made To Order And Will Ship In 12-14 Weeks. Shipping Is Through A Freight Forwarder And Planned Delivery Date Will Be Emailed To You 2-5 Days After Your Order Is Placed.

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