[Made to Order] Iron Hanger Frame <Blue Gray / Black>
A hanger frame made by painting square steel pipes. The shape is similar to that of a traditional ryokan (traditional Japanese inn), but the material, design, and finish of the paint make it a perfect fit for a Western-style room.
With hinges, it can be opened up to 180 degrees and can be folded in two for a compact size.
You can use it as a hanger, or you can hang small items. It can also be used as a partition by covering it with a thin cloth. It will not stand on its own when opened to 180 degrees, so please use it in a slightly closed state.
Easy to match with floors, spaces, various materials and atmospheres, not only at home, but also in shops and other spaces.
It is light and can be carried by one person because it uses a square iron pipe material with a hollow inside.
The surface that touches the floor has an adjuster, so it can be adjusted for stability.
There are two colors, blue gray (back) and black (front). The price varies depending on the color.
Design and production is HALO, which specializes in metal bending technology and performs various manufacturing processes including welding.
We will manufacture it after you place an order. Depending on the timing, it will take about 1 to 2 months. After confirming your order, we will contact you to confirm the delivery date. If you have a desired schedule, please feel free to contact us as we will adjust it as much as possible.
Iron (square pipe) Baked finish
2 Hinges / Leg Adjusters
Folded | Width 75.4 cm x Height 131 cm x Depth 5.8 cm
Opened 180 degrees | Width 150.8 cm x Height 131 cm x Depth 2.9 cm
*Width includes the hook hook part
It will be sent by Sagawa Express Courier Large Express . Directly from the manufacturer, the shipping fee is as follows by region. Because it is a large item, it is not eligible for free shipping and includes packaging costs.
Hokkaido/Okinawa/remote island | 12,980 yen
Aomori, Iwate, Akita, palace Castle/Yamagata/Fukushima | 10,505 yen Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Yamanashi, Niigata/Nagano ｜ 7,865 yen Shizuoka/Aichi/Gifu/Fukui/Ishikawa/Toyama/Mie/Wakayama/Shiga/Nara/Kyoto/Osaka/Hyogo/
Okayama/Hiroshima/Tottori/Shimane/Yamaguchi | 5,995 yen Kagawa/Tokushima/Ehime/Kochi/Fukuoka/Saga/Nagasaki/Oita/ Kumamoto/Miyazaki/Kagoshima | 6,985 yen
・You can specify the date and time after the delivery date that will be communicated after ordering and payment. The delivery times for Hikyaku Large Express are as follows.
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▼Less than furniture series▼
"Less than furniture" proposed by PINT.
"Less than furniture" is, as the name suggests, something that is not furniture, but can be used as furniture. As someone who runs PINT, this is my personal preference, but I've lived my life without the desire to buy furniture that will last a lifetime. Depending on the number of people living and the environment, the house and floor plan changed, and there were many moves. Under such circumstances, I didn't want to bring large furniture, and I wanted to be able to use the space freely in a small house and move around easily. was making It was easy to store and use, and I liked the stress-free not having to carry large furniture.
When I opened a physical store in Kyoto, I didn't buy so-called fixtures or furniture, and built the store with legs, boxes, and tables on top so that I could freely change the layout.
When I started selling it at the store while actually using it at the store, I imagined that not only people with lifestyles similar to mine, but also people who own their own homes would use it as sub-furniture or use it in stores. I was able to use it freely and widely.
After actually using it in a store, it was not only easy to use, but also durable.