Loop Rope

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Loop Rope is a Wardrobe designed to hang from you wall or ceiling. Designed by Roman Luyken, it was inspired by his love for sailing. This wardrobe is super when space is limited and you will be surprised how versatile it is. It will carry many coats, towels, clothes or whatever you may think of!

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Loop Rope is a Wardrobe designed to hang off the ceiling. It is mounted by fixing the provided Torx screw and dowel in the ceiling or wall. Once the Double sided screw is fixed, the threaded Wardrobe is easily attached. It is also possible to change the height of your loops.

This allows for the Wardrobe to work with any height of ceiling from 2,4m-3,6m. For a higher ceiling, simply move the loops down and for a low ceiling move them up! The loops stay in place once you have moved them, but don’t worry, the are readjustable at any time.

Designer: Roman Luyken
Material: PP Rope and Steel
Dimensions: 2400x70x30 | 250g
Notes: height-adjustable loops, max. load 20kg
Origin: Handmade in Germany

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Design by Roman Luyken
He is half German, half Greek – half analytical, half emotional and that what his design is all about. Roman Luyken has learned quality and function from his structured intellectual father and passion from his energetic artist mother.

Socially Made, in Germany
Peppermint products are handmade by persons with disabilities, promoting equal opportunities, rehabilitation and enabling people to enjoy their human rights, beyond disability or any other factor. Parts and materials are sourced locally.

Handmade by Heinz
Heinz makes Peppermint products since 2014 in a workshop for people with disabilities near Stuttgart. We love the enthusiasm and pride he puts into every single handcrafted product.
Heinz, you are one in a kind.

Form Design Preis
The Loop Rope coat rack is proud to be a winner of the FORM Design prize 2017. A design prize awarded in line with a special exhibition called “FORM – Form aus Handwerk und Industrie”.