Brave Space Design's Coat Range

Brave Space Design's Coat Range

Not only would this Mountain Coat Range from Brave Space be a favorite of Bob Ross, John Denver and Grizzly Adams it would also be the grand focal point in the teeny tiny apartment of Ali from Design Public. Living in the bay area is great, no doubt, but I do miss the majestic Rocky Mountains after living in Colorado for so many years. Although the mountain peaks are intended to symbolize the Grand Tetons, I can see my good ol’ Rockies in the rack. If only we had to wear lots of coats, mittens, hats and scarves in California.

  • Do you want the BIG O vertically or horizontally? Get it either way you want or both! It's very satisfying either way. The two glass shelves provide ample space for your things. Or get crazy and throw some stuff down on the bo... Do you want the BIG O vertically or horizontally? Get it either way you want or both! It's very satisfying either way. The two glass shelves provide ample space for your things. Or get crazy and throw some stuff down on the bottom of the curve. The BIG O's make great bedside tables, end tables or occasional tables. The wood body is custom pressed, curved plywood available with Maple or Walnut veneer. Shelves are 1/4" thick glass, and the legs are sensuous 1/4" stainless steel with a brushed finish. These tables come fully assembled and ready for action.

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