Living spaces aren’t all made equal. With the rise of new buildings comes an influx of smaller apartments. Furnishing these units can be challenging so you really have to look around for the best pieces. One space-saving option are clothing racks that you can move around instead of having a closet installed in your bedroom. Don’t worry, furniture brands have come out with lots of options that aren’t eye sores and can even add some design to your home.
Nooke Two Tier Mahogany Rack
Local home brand Nooke has lots of wooden pieces that would right into your space. One, is this two-tier rack. Use hangers on one side and fold clothing over the other. The bottom also has a slight elevation where you can keep shoes or other storage containers. Available online.
Menu Anker Rack
If your space leans on the industrial side, see if this one will fit. It has a 149 cm bar where you can hang your clothes a platform on the bottom for shoes and bags. It also comes in white if you want something more elegant. I’ve seen this in person and it looks great next to this floor mirror. Available at Curio Cavern.
West Elm 2 Level Coat Rack
For something more compact, this one has two levels for double storage. It has a steel frame and solid wood rods. Place this in a corner of your room. It’s also slightly slanted so it doesn’t take up that much space. Available at Estancia Mall.
Pottery Barn New York Closet Clothes Rack
This iron and wood clothing rack would fit perfectly in a rustic home. Hang all your dresses, coats, and pants while placing storage bins underneath for other items like shirts, shorts, and socks. Bonus: Materials for this rack have been sustainably sourced. Available at Central Square.
Ikea Coat Rack With Shoe Storage Unit
If you want a lot organization and dividers, pick up this unit. It has rods for hangers and and two storage layers underneath for shoes. There also six hooks where you can hang accessories like hats, bags, and scarves. Available online.
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