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IKEA BUMERANG Hanger Natural

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Background

The IKEA BUMERANG Hanger Natural is no stranger to many who knows IKEA stuff. It has been around for many years now. This hanger has gone through some design changes as I had purchased a few of them over the years. It can be considered my standard hanger and I am planning to get some more when I am moving into my new home.

The Stuff

The IKEA BUMERANG Hanger Natural is a solid wood material hanger. The previous version does not have a groove at each side, is slightly angled, and looks thicker.

The hook is made of galvanized steel and can be rotated.

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show how the stuff looks like:

The IKEA BUMERANG Hanger Natural
The IKEA BUMERANG Hanger Natural

The old version of the hanger
The old version of the hanger

Hanging it with my jacket and jeans. No problem!
Hanging it with my jacket and jeans. No problem!

Usage and Experience

Being a long-time user of the IKEA BUMERANG Hanger Natural, I can say that I am very happy to use this hanger compared to other hangers out there. The quality of this hanger is good for the price that I am paying.

Over many years of usage, the hanger does not warp in any way. It always feels solid.

One concern that many may feel is that it is bulky. As it is made of solid wood, it has a certain thickness compared to plastic hangers which are thinner. As such one can't fit as many clothes with wooden hangers compared to using plastic hangers on the same wardrobe.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the IKEA BUMERANG Hanger Natural is one solid choice for a hanger. If you are interested to find out more, you can visit any IKEA store around your area. Otherwise, you can click on the link below for the IKEA Singapore website:


It looks like Amazon* also has a similar version of this stuff. If you are interested, you can click on the link below: