Premium Walnut Wood Hangers
Great for hanging heavy coats and anything heavy!
I've used this to hang heavy winter coats. It is very sturdy and does not bend or break like most plastic hangers. Rely on wooden hangers when hanging heavy coats!
May 18, 2010
I watched way too many organizing shows and was gradually hit by the overwhelming desire to have all my hangers match. Plus, I was finding the plastic ones that had survived the past decade were become brittle and much more breakable.
I choose the walnut to go with my elfa, and gradually bought packages as my budget allowed.
If you are going to start this, I would suggest a case pack for the discount, do the initial transistion as you switch seasons, then add as you need. I kept the best of my former hangers until I had enough walnut to support the extra need during seasonal transistions, and for guest hangers. :)
I do not suggest these for sleeveless items, but got the huggables for my sleeveless and slick items.
After 3-5 years, one hanger hook stripped its screw threads, but my honey will probably epoxy it for me, and I will just lose the ability to twist the hook the direction I choose.
PS> It's really nice, though not life-changing, to have the the hangers match. Not like the suit in the outfit, but the crisp white shirt underneath.
July 25, 2010
What's not to like...
...about having all of your hangers match your Elfa walnut fascia? After redoing our foyer closet in platinum/walnut Elfa, I couldn't bear looking at the white, plastic tubular hangers any longer - yuck! I bought a case of the basic walnut hangers and they are great in a coat closet. They are sturdy enough to hang up heavy winter coats and slick enough that the coats easily slide off. Our guests have been so impressed with our closet transformation!
February 15, 2011
Average Hanger- Too Many Stickers
I ordered 2 cases of these hangers and just spent the last 1.5 hrs removing 72 stickers (and the goo left behind). I ended up having to wash the hangers because I was afraid the goo-remover would stain my clothing. Why pay $4 to have you hanger covered with ugly price tags? Complete waste of time for an average hanger.
July 20, 2011