A familiar situation for so many -to hang clothes in the closet, we hang t-shirts, dresses, jackets and jeans right on the back of the chair. After a while, it becomes difficult to sit on a chair, because it is completely covered up with things. This situation inspires industrial designers and folk craftsmen to turn chairs into unusual hangers. A hanger from an old chair is an excellent example of how people see new applications in ordinary objects. Italian industrial designer Antonello Fusè often hanged the outer clothing on the back of the chair until one day he had the idea to turn this very back into a full-fledged hanger for the cabinet! In collaboration with the design studio Resign, Antonello created a whole series of hangers from the backs of different chairs. And it turned out very interesting! Old and new, wooden and plastic, vintage and modern backs of chairs turned into an original set of hangers, which even a pity to cover with clothes! So if you have a few grandmother's old chairs that you've long been about to throw away - think! Perhaps, it is worth of their backs to make a designer's collection of hangers with their own hands? If your apartment has chairs in a largerdegree to serve as a hanger for clothes, and it was difficult to sit on them, then the function of the seat can be removed. And if you attach the back of the chair to the wall, the non-standard and original coat rack from the old chair will decorate the interior of any room. In addition, such a functional wall decor is very easy to make by yourself! Take on the idea of the Dutch designers! To do this, you need an old chair, a backwhich can be tidied up and painted, saw, fasteners (screws, glue, nails, hooks, etc.). First, we think over the method of fastening the chair to the wall (in this case we use a lining bar, on which the chair just gets dressed), then we take the saw and boldly saw off the unnecessary halves.