The Leaning Loop Organizer

Jan 14, 2015

Category: Living

All guys have stuff; even poor–sorry, Benjaminally Challenged guys usually have a mess of gear they need to keep organized near the door but wind up throwing it all on the kitchen counter anyway. The Leaning Loop is a multi-purpose upright organizer that could solve several of your storage issues and look good while doing it.

Handcrafted in Toronto and made of solid hardwood (ash, cherry, walnut, rift white oak, or maple), this unassuming piece of furniture features a handcrafted modular clothing hanger, bag holder, gadget shelf, mirror, magnet board, key holder, and shoe shelf, all in one tidy package. Just lean it against the wall and you’re good; no screws or nails necessary. Small bumpers at the back and bottom loop keep it from scuffing your wall, and the shoe shelf insert is removable for a quick washing. Designed by Jason van der Burg. [Purchase]

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