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Bedford Kobe Coat Tree
Keep the guest bed clutter free by hanging your visitors coats on this handsome coat tree. The black coat tree features eight sturdy hooks that hold jackets, purses, and hats so your guests can get comfortable and enjoy your company.
ITEM#: 13059353This Bedford Kobe coat tree has push-out pegs for hanging. This easy to assemble, tall coat tree can also serve as a decorative art piece when the pegs are pushed in.
- Color: black
- Eight (8) push-out pegs for hanging
- 3.125-inch square pole, wood veneer
- Beautifully hand-crafted and hand-painted
- All paints used are lead-free and non-toxic
- Dimensions: 12 inches wide x 12 inches deep x 67 inches high
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This thing is solid! Dont settle for cheap coat trees. This is literally a solid piece of wood!Read More
So very versatile! I'm using it in my master bathroom. It was exactly what I need in there. Great!!Read More
While the styling and concept would have been perfect for a contemporary version of a coat tree, the fact that the hooks/knobs you would hang something on were not in a fixed position and lsipped in and out of the tree. Therefore when they were out in order for you to hang something they drooped such that things slipped off the hook/knob. Would have been better design to just have them in a fixed "out" position like a regular hook. The contemporary style of the hook/knob itself made it interesting, it didn't need to disappear when not in use. Poor functional design!Read More
Just received today and my husband put together in 5minutes, real simple. And I am using in my bathroom as a towel/robe rack. As another review stated, it looks very nice in the bathroom. Doesn't stand out as a "coat rack". I love it for is simplicity and its usefulness! It is black, but you can see the wood grain, but not too much. Extremely happy with this purchase.Read More
This is a very nice quality, well-made coat rack. We use it in our Master Bedroom to keep all of my "quick grab" clothes off the floor or the little bedroom love seat. Only one complaint -- the pins should lock in place instead of being able to slide back in to the frame. This is a minor design flaw.Read More
I bought this coat tree for my office. I didn't want anything that had scrolls or frills and this one does the trick. When I first put it together, people didn't know what it was - but I actually think it looks nice and is streamlined.Read More
This coat tree is Artfully Fascinating and that is something no other coat tree can say. It simply and regally stands there, waiting to serve, while providing a line from which to proceed. It is fun to keep the buttons pushed in unobtrusively, when not needed.Read More
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The pegs pull out to a length of about 1.25? and have a knob at the end which is larger around to keep items from slipping. An item might fall if you knock it off.
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