Dimensions

Width 5 cm
Depth 3 cm
Height 4 cm
Weight 0.2 kg

Materials

Finish Black
Material Powder-coated Steel

Specification

Year 2017

Resources

A Scandinavian bathroom is light and elegant.

When you are decorating the room that is most susceptible to heat and humidity in the home, there is more than just pleasing design at stake. We at Nichba Design love combining practical solutions with a minimalistic and classic design

The Bath Hook from Nichba is constructed from a single piece of steel, treated with a strong powder coating. This gives the surface a high durability and protects against humidity and daily usage in the bathroom. The hook is easily mounted on the wall with two screws
(we always recommend following our included manual regarding installation of our products).


Nichlas B. Andersen

For Nichlas B. Andersen, NICHBA-DESIGN started out as a hobby. During his time as a blacksmith apprentice, he spent several hours in the workshop on creating interior pieces for his own home. Working with steel seemed an obvious choice to him, since thereby he could develop his blacksmith competences, and not least learn about the material. From the very beginning his designs were made from the materials he was experienced with, and today cuts from the steelplates still figure as the silverlining throughout his productline. From the desire to build bridges between the raw look from the metal and the Scandinavian simplicity has evolved a new and streamlined look that reflects Nichlas’s mindset and passion for design. Since the beginning of NICHBA-DESIGN, it has been important to Nichlas not to forget where from it all began: “Denmark is a nation of proud craftsmen and I want to represent that too. It is important to me to maintain the traditions and craftsmanship.” NICHBA-DESIGN has since its beginning cooperated with local North Jutlandish suppliers and we will continue to do so in the future.


For Nichlas B. Andersen, NICHBA-DESIGN started out as a hobby. During his time as a blacksmith apprentice, he spent several hours in the workshop on creating interior pieces for his own home.