About the Designer
David Weeks United States (1968 - )
Originally from Athens, Georgia, David Weeks studied painting and sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he earned a BFA in 1990. He worked in the studio of jeweler Ted Muehling before founding David Weeks Studio in 1996. His work encompasses lighting, home accessories, mobiles, lounge seating, and custom retail, commercial, and residential projects. David's designs have been used by Barneys New York, Kate Spade, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bliss Spa, Brasserie NYC, and The W Hotels. In 1999, David Weeks Studio won the Editors Award for Best Lighting at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair. In 2000, Weeks launched a furniture line including the Semana lounge chair which was purchased by Habitat UK. Also in 2000, he teamed with fellow designer Lindsey Adelman to form Butter, a product development company focusing on simple, affordable items for the home. Their debut collection earned an award from Blueprint Magazine at London's 100% Design show and another Editors Award for Best Lighting at ICFF 2001. In 2003, Weeks was featured in the Cooper-Hewitt's National Design Triennial: Inside Design Now. In 2004 he was one of seven designers representing New York at Berlin's 7+7 Designmai exhibit. Weeks also teaches at Parsons School of Design as an adjunct professor.
|Style: Modern||Product Type: Wall Mounted Coat Rack|
|Frame/Rail Material: Metal; Wood||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Installation Type: Wall mounted||Orientation: Horizontal|
|Wall Art Hooks: No||Umbrella Stand Base: No|
|Mirror Included: No||Decorative Hooks: No|
|Coat Hangers Included: No||Height Adjustable: No|
|Stool / Chair Base: No||Exterior Shelves: No|
|Drawers Included: No||Legs Included: No|
|Total Weight Capacity: 40 Pounds||Weight Capacity Per Hook: 5 Pounds|
|Commercial Use: No||Product Care: Wipe clean with a dry cloth|
|Assembly Required: No||Tools Needed: Screwdriver|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
Smartest Coat Rack Ever!
Catherine from FL – Verified Buyer
I chose the beautiful light brown wood color. I am using this rack in a guest room where there is only a narrow passage way. I needed to find something close to the wall that would provide storage for my guests but wouldn't hurt anyone if the rack was empty. This rack is super sleek, very strong (made of one piece lumber) and has 8 hooks which fold up and into the wood when not in use. The hooks become part of the design, as you can see by the picture. The hooks peel downward with the touch of a finger. My guests love this extra storage for their belongings and I love that it provides storage without taking up any space in the room. It has 3 keyhole notches for strength in hanging, and the best part is.... it comes with a template. Simply hang up the paper template and affix your screws where the bullseye(s) are drawn. Remove the paper and hang up the rack. No guessing, no mistakes. Five stars for sure. I definitely recommend!
Amaris from Frederick, MD – Verified Buyer
I love the flip coat hook. It is potentially perfect but there are two areas that the wood is damaged beside the hooks and obviously filled in with wood glue (that is a bit lighter than the actual wood). If you stand back from it, you don't see it much but up close, it is very noticeable. I decided to keep it because it wasn't worth the effort of returning it. I would have preferred better quality control here though. It seems to be very sturdy and well built otherwise.
Classy Solution to a Small Closet.
Gwenn from Jackson, WY – Verified Buyer
I love the look of this coat hook assembly. And it performs beautifully..strong and smooth. It is perfect in my foyer where closet space is at a premium so it's great for guests here in our active ski resort area. When not in use, It looks more like a sculpture than a functional coat hook. Love it!! Pros: Packaged well; with included template, it took just minutes to mount on the wall. Its nice finish gives it a slick look. Cons: NONE!
Smart design and very sturdy!
Stacey from Novi, MI – Verified Buyer
I was attracted to the design of this but was concerned that it might not hold coats. I bought 2 and hung them in my entryway on December 23rd. On Christmas we had 15 people in the house and they held all the heavy winter coats with no problems! Very pleased! So pleased that I ordered 2 more for my mother's house!
Breakroom Coat Rack behind the door
Cala from Fresno, CA – Verified Buyer
Everyone loves this light colored wood & brushed silver metal coat rack. We installed it on the wall behind our breakroom door. Looks modern & European. The hooks pull down when you want to hang something & it works well - good quality.
Sturdy and Good Quality
Hillary from Blacksburg, VA – Verified Buyer
Although it looks really simple, this coat hook is really great quality and definitely can hold multiple heavy coats. If I were to order again, I would get the natural finish as the white finish that I ordered is really shiny and doesn't look as rich.
Bang for your buck
Shaun from San Diego, CA – Verified Buyer
looks good and does the job. Pros: easy to mount Cons: hooks are a little loose causing them to open up if jarred. those are the ones I use to hang stuff up.
modern and functional
Julie from MA – Verified Buyer
slim and visually pleasing. Easy to put up and looks nice with and without coats. Perfect for wall in mudroom or near the entrance of home. My kids now hang up there coats and backpacks. What's better than that.
Natalia M from Encinitas, CA – Verified Buyer
I love this coat hook! The color is perfectly matches the rest of my furniture and it was packaged very well and arrived without any damage in just a couple of days! The hocks don't have any springs to retract back, but I am kind of that it doesn't . It looks stylish and sleek. My husband is hard to please, and even he likes it a lot! I definitely recommend this product! Natalia M
Austin from The Dalles, OR – Verified Buyer
This arrived in perfect condition and it looks FANTASTIC! 5/5 Pros: It blends well with almost any wallspace The hole cutting printout is exactly accurate Cons: NONE! Easy assembly, a monkey could do it. 5/5