Stable structure: Arbor coat stand by Housefish

Denver-based furniture manufacturer Housefish launched a tree-inspired coat stand. Called the Arbor, the coat stand has a branching, stable structure that holds a multitude of coats and bags. It is available in walnut or maple wood. Made using Housefish’s digital puzzle joinery, Arbor is connected by two screws. The Arbor is made in Denver, Colo. All materials and parts are 100 percent US-sourced and eco-friendly, including: Formaldehyde-free sustainably harvested wood, recyclable metals and VOC free finishes are used. 

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