Newish furniture can be created with classic materials: The Skagerak Push is a mix of wardrobe, coat rack, tray, shelf and mirror.
The idea of unusual furnishing elements came from Stine H. Andersen. Diverse tubes serve to hang clothes with or without hangers. Under the mirror of the Push wardrobe there is a flat tray to place more clothes on.
The mirror of the Skagerak Push hides the clothes and it visually organizes the whole thing, while it still displays the appearance of the user. A fine detail: The part of the tray in front of the mirror is usable for small accessories, such as sunglasses, keys or purses.
Skagerak produces the Stine Hedelund designer Push with the usual high quality and out of FSC-certified oak wood. The versatile piece isn't only a practical eye-catcher in entrance halls, but it is also a welcome helper in the bedroom.