Designed by Frans de la Haye
The coat rack Butler understands about hanging your coat in style. The design by designer Frans de la Haye is eye-catching thanks to its strong, minimalist styling. Extra handy: the racks are telescopic. Give it the finishing touch with corresponding hooks and the base plate for bags and shoes.
Textured finish epoxy coated steel
48cm x 150cm x 55cm
Give the Butler a finishing touch with the matching base plate. The perfect place for bags and shoes.
Need to move Butler out of the way? No problem. You can slide the racks together.
Give the Butler the finishing touch with matching hooks.
Combine Butler with van Esch Basic, Grip or Tubulus coat hangers. Nice touch: due to the angular design of the bar, the coat hangers hang nice and straight.
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