Ladies and gentlemen do you want a stylish new mirror that shows more than just your good looks? Usually people only consider the functional aspect when buying a mirror and not so much on its design. If you want something with a bit more function and style then Decor8 Hong Kong furniture has just the item for you. Here we present to you the Leitmotiv Mirror Ladder Coat Stand and Storage Rack. The Leitmotiv Mirror Ladder Coat Stand and Storage Rack is a multi-functional piece of furniture that is a coat rack, stores small accessories, and can be used every day to get ready in the morning or evening. This beautiful coat stand is crafted in natural pine wood and comes in either a natural finish or a light walnut wood colour finish. It is accompanied with a mirror that is 33.5cm in width and 62cm in height.
This standing mirror features a functional small MDF tray to house and showcase your favorite accessories which can include your cuff links, bracelets, necklaces and watches. Below this small tray are three horizontal bars which provides the “ladder” portion of this multi-functional mirror. Be warned though this product cannot actually be used as a ladder since it isn’t strong enough to support a humans weight. Now you are probably wondering why get a mirror ladder like this? The horizontal bars on this mirror stand has a different purpose and is a perfect place for hanging scarves, ties, bow ties, belts and other small accessories.
Adjacent to the sides of the mirror and incorporated into the frame are nearly perpendicular hooks that are reminiscent of short tree branches which are perfect for hanging small bags, coats, cardigans and shirts. If you like the tree style then when not check out some of our other products that were styled in this way.
The best thing about the design is that it is light and portable and can be placed anywhere in the home or office. Just find a place to lean it up to the wall and customise the angle to suit your height. There are even hooks on the back if you want to hang it up to save some floor space.
Written By: Akira Takamoto