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Nostalgi 291 hat rack extension part

166.00 EUR
Excluding VAT*
*Will be added in the check out

NOTE! This is an accessory to the Nostalgi hat/shoe rack and does not work without this product.


More information Delivery time: 5-7 days Purchasing terms
Assessed at Byggvarubedömningen
The hat rack Nostalgi 291 was designed in the 40’s. It became an appreciated alternative to the classic precursor, Nostalgi, after having received feedback from clients expressing a want for a hat rack with more depth and extra space for hangers. Extend your Nostalgi 291 with an extension part.




Maintenance Instructions Essem Design

This is included:


1000x324x188 mm (WxDxH)

CC-Height (mm): 160

Hole diameter (mm): 6


Bracket material: Aluminum

Hook material: Aluminium

The metals that are not finished, such as aluminium, brass and copper, come in their raw form, which may vary from one piece to another. Wood can also vary in appearance and the hooks have a glossier surface than the brackets in the aluminum version.


Hook: 3 st

Colour codes, powder-coating: Black textured (RAL 9005), white (n/a)


The product is assembled: No

Wall screws are included: No


Gunnar Bolin

Born 1919 (died 2010) in Anderstorp, Småland. Early in his career it was clear that Bolin had no desire to take over the family farm. After a series of casual jobs, he decided to start his own metal foundry instead. Thanks to his native stubbornness and feeling for form, Bolin managed to be successful in his field. The Nostalgi and Classic hat and shoe racks make it clear why.

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