Fifty-seven years after Charles and Ray Eames designed their iconic multicolor Hang-It-All, it's still a crowd favorite. But as useful as the design is for hanging coats, hats, scarves, and more, those cheeky, candy-colored balls are too lighthearted for some tastes. So I'm ecstatic to see that Herman Miller, the original manufacturer of the design, has debuted a limited-edition version of the Hang-It-All ($250) reimagined with a black steel frame and solid walnut balls. Quite dapper and more reserved, it's a gorgeous new interpretation . . . and considering how trendy walnut is these days, I'm sure it will do well. That's not to say you can't have both; this wonderful walnut creation would look delightful alongside its older, livelier sibling. If you're interested, work fast: it will only be in production until early next year.
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