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Cubby: It’s a Coat Hook and a Storage Caddy

by Hazel Chua
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I have nothing against coat racks, but sometimes I find myself hating them as I’m hanging up my coat. I mean, why didn’t the people who came up with these racks think of the possibility that people might want a place to put their keys or glasses and other miscellaneous stuff when they step into the house?

Apparently, there are a lot of us, though, because Cubby was born.

Cubby

Cubby was designed by Stephanie and Bruce Tharp of materious. It’s a coat hook slash cubby hole that gives you the best of both worlds: a huge hook with which to hang your coats and bags, and a tiny round shelf right smack in the middle to hold all of your other stuff. The idea is so ingenious, I wonder why someone else didn’t think of it sooner.

Cubby

Cubby is currently up for funding on Kickstarter. A minimum pledge of $19(USD) will get you your very own Cubby, while $47 buys a 3-pack, and $79 buys a 6-pack. And if you can only fork over $5 or $10, you’ll be treated to a thank-you note (and drawing) from the team’s adorable child named Isla Rey.

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