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The Gym Hook

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The Gym Hook

Izabella Simmons March 20, 2012

There can be never too many storage options when you have young children (I have a four-year-old son, so I know whereof I speak). Here is an appealing idea: a wooden hanger that resembles a gymnastics ring, created by Swedish designer Staffan Holm for Danish company Hay.

Photography via Design Boom.

Above: The Gym Hook in natural ash.

Above: An array of Gym Hooks on view at the recent Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair in February.

Above: The Gym Hook slides onto a metal holder that attaches to the wall.

Above: The Gym Hook comes in several sizes (3 to 6 inches in diameter) and colors (natural, blue, coral, rose, gray, black, and white). For pricing and availability, visit Hay.

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