DesignByThem’s Dial Hangers are entirely versatile.
December 16th, 2014
Designed by Sarah Gibson & Nicholas Karlovasitis, the Powder coated stainless steel Dial hangers can be mixed and matched in various colours, quantities, layouts and can be purchased with or without the extension hook.
Made from stainless steel, they are suitable for wet areas such as kitchens, bathrooms and outdoor spaces. Hang your tea towels, coats, keys, bags, necklaces, umbrellas, oven mitts, pot plants and more.
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