jonas lindvall's miss holly hall collection for stolab offers a handy cloakroom solution jonas lindvall's miss holly hall collection for stolab offers a handy cloakroom solution
feb 22, 2017

jonas lindvall's miss holly hall collection for stolab offers a handy cloakroom solution


jonas lindvall reorganises the hallway setting with the ‘miss holly hall’ collection for swedish furniture manufacturer stolab. presented at stockholm furniture fair, the series aims to adapt to narrow spaces by offering functional and practical solutions.

‘miss holly hall’ collection



jonas lindvall‘s ‘miss holly hall’ series for stolab is characterised by its playful rounded form which lends itself to smaller discreet settings. included in the collection is the wall mounted coat rack in solid oak – with pegs arranged over seven horizontal bar and topped with a shelf, along with a separate wall mounted shelf, mirror and coat hanger.

‘totem’ coat rack



one of the defining pieces from the collection which was shown at stockholm furniture fair is the ‘totem’ wall mounted coat hook, produced with three, five or eight pegs. made of solid oak in a choice of natural or black or white stained, its simple design renders it an ideal solution for small spaces.


‘we wanted to create space-saving, organising solutions for the hallway that strike a balance between form and practicality – to create things that are as beautiful when empty as they are practical when full. we chose the miss holly family as the starting point, not only for its timeless appeal and its compatibility with both contemporary and classic environments, but also because I feel that it successfully expresses the DNA of stolab’ says jonas lindvall.



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edited by: hollie smith | designboom

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