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Elegance—In the Form of a Coat Rack

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Elegance—In the Form of a Coat Rack

Julie Carlson May 08, 2012

We have a few well-documented obsessions at Remodelista: the perfect toilet roll holder, the ultimate shade of white paint, the last trash bin you’ll ever need. Oh, and coat racks; including the new gracefully proportioned Tra-Ra Wardrobe.

Designed by Tomoko Azumi, the simple flat-pack Tra-Ra Wardrobe solves the garment storage dilemma (it’s also the companion to the designer’s earlier Tra-Ra Coat Rack); for ordering information, go to Zilio A&C.

Above: The Tra Ra Wardrobe by TNA Design Studio.

Above: A detailed view of the Tra Ra Wardrobe.

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