Remember the Adams family? Who doesn't remember her? Meanwhile, I was not at all interested in this series. As a child, I did not find anything interesting in him, except for one thing - his hands. Honestly, I don't even remember her name, this hand, if she was called at all, but the very fact - an independent human palm, which has its own opinion on everything - it was really both frightening and interesting.
Maybe Harry Allen was inspired by her when he came up with his holders? It is easy to guess that he invented and embodied a series of holders in the form of human palms that are screwed into the wall. So far there are three of them, and they perform different functions, so it is difficult to call them any general word.
The first hand is simply an outstretched palm that can serve as a stand for your bag, or it will hold the keys until you decide to go for a walk, or you can simply lean on it while removing your boots. You never know what a friendly helping hand is useful for.
The second hand seems to beckoning you with a finger - this is a hanger. It is convenient to attach a coat loop, or hang an umbrella, or a hat on your finger. Or all at once, the hand is not frail, it will cope.
The third hand firmly squeezes the vessel, in which you can put flowers or fix a candle at your request. Such a handle will look very romantic over the dining table in the living room, isn't it? Only you, your passion and the human wrist sticking out of the wall. Oh!..
It remains to add that all hands are available in two colors: white and frightening translucent, as if made of ice. A few of these "ice" hands into the wall, work a little with the lights - and your house becomes a ready-made set for filming a horror movie.