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February 29th, 2016 — Garment Rack of the Month
Not all garment racks are made equally. Some favor efficiency, some favor style and some favor size. Every once in a while you come across one that weighs importance on all three of those characteristics.
The folding clothes valet in antique bronze is just as valuable in the laundry room as it is the bedroom. The sleek modern design is an excellent accent among any decor and the rich color only extenuates the design even more.
Constructed from tubular steel, this garment rack is a great multi-use piece. Utilize it in the laundry room to assist in your ironing or air-drying. It’s also a helpful way to add extra storage to closets or bedrooms. If you have limited closet space, adding a garment rack can give you the hanging storage space you need.
Generous clothes hanging space makes this garment rack ideal for everyday storage, too. Add it to your bedroom and create an accent piece that accommodates your storage needs.
What’s more, the folding design is compact and can be stored behind doors or in closets. The lightweight frame can even be stored on hooks to keep it tucked away.
February 5th, 2016 — Garment Rack of the Month
There are many details that have to be aligned to perfect your wardrobe storage. While we stress the importance of a great garment rack, there are many other factors we know to be just as vital.
We here at Garment Racks Blog have seen our fair share of hangers. We recently decided to compile out top three favorites. We based our choice on style, material and overall quality. Here is what we found:
Bumps Be Gone Hangers
We chose the Bumps Be Gone Slim as our favorite over-all hanger. These things can manage t-shirts, blouses, sweaters, pants, dresses, suits — all of it! And do without compromising structural integrity, too.
These flexible hangers are designed to be adjusted to accommodate your specific wardrobe. You can bend the arms up or down to best fit a certain piece.
The slim design lets you fit more in your closet and works wonders for traveling, too. Fold them up to fit in your luggage and keep clothes wrinkle-free during your hotel stay.
The Slim Bumps Be Gone Hangers come in a set of six and run just under $15 a set.
Ten Hook Tie and Belt Hanger
When it comes to accessory hangers, there was some competition, but we ultimately settled on the Tie and Belt Hanger. While there are some beautifully intricate scarf hangers, we choose this simpler design because it is easier to use and fit for belts as well as neckties too.
Ten separate hooks let you hang numerous accessories and access any one at any time without shuffling through the others. The rubber tips hold pieces in place, too.
The slim design can be hung from any style closet rod or bar. Durable metal provides quality through the years to come.
This handy little guy is just $4!
Wood Slack Hangers
We have accessories and tops covered, so we wanted to make sure our third choice focuses on pants and slacks. The Wood Slack Hanger was no question. This winning hanger is made from solid wood and feature a nice glossy finish.
The clamping design works with any style pant. Plus, a swivel head means you can fit them in closet.
The Wood Slack Hangers are $7.99 plus shipping for five.
Find more great products at OrganizeIt.com.
November 25th, 2015 — Garment Rack of the Month
Planning to do some traveling this holiday season? Or maybe you’re opening your home to family and friends from out of town? Using a luggage rack is a great way to make yourself more comfortable abroad or welcome guests into your own home.
A suitcase stand allows travelers to rest their luggage at a accommodating height. This way luggage doesn’t sit on the floor or take up that bed. Completely unpacking isn’t necessary either because bag contents remain accessible at all times.
This Wooden Luggage Rack features three fabric straps that are built to support anything from carry-on totes to large suitcases. The folding design can be tucked into closets or under the bed in between uses. The slim design is easy to travel with too, folding perfect to fit in the trunk or on a cargo rack. Available in espresso or white, this convenient design is a great addition to any decor.
This rack even features a bottom shelf, perfect for shoes or other accessories. Stay neat and organized while traveling for the holiday with a luggage rack.
October 29th, 2015 — Garment Rack of the Month
A nice suit doesn’t just hang on a hanger. It deserves to be on display, to be kept pristine and ready to go. Suit valets are classic wardrobe accessories, not just for your grandfather.
Clothes valets are an excellent way to protect expensive business or professional wear. There are multiple styles and any one of them may be the perfect match for you and your home.
These comfortable valets are the best of both worlds. The storage capacity allows you to hang your freshly pressed suit and accessories, while the chair offers a place to sit and lace your shoes. This valet chair features a wooden coat hanger, metal pants rack, two hangers for your tie and/or belt, plus a drawer under the seat to tuck in shoes, socks and more. The padded chair seat
Valet stand with outlet
This valet does it all. Be ready to go in the morning, with your suit and accessories ready to go — plus, leave your electronics plugged in and have them fully charged in the morning. This wardrobe valet features a three-outlet extension cord that is perfect for your iPod, cellphone, tablet and more. The valet itself features a coat hanger and pants rack, plus a ledge to store accessories.
September 23rd, 2015 — Garment Rack of the Month
Sometimes it’s not just about finding the right garment rack for your needs — it’s about being creative and re-purposing an already amazing piece.
I love rethinking the products that come across my desk and finding new ways to use them. Not too long ago, this gorgeous Bronze Entryway Coat Rack came my way. I love it’s multi-use design and it’s industrial feel. It’s a great piece to use throughout the home, but I think it would be especially awesome in the bedroom or walk-in closet.
Designed with two baskets and three hooks, this organizational piece is great for mail and handbags by the front door, but it would be right at home in the bedroom. Think clutches and wallets in the baskets, hats and maybe a bathrobe from the hooks.
Complimentary pieces like this rack can take stress off of your already existing garment racks without adding large, bulky pieces to an already furnished room. Plus, the wall rack adds a great decorative element to empty walls.
This functional piece adds undeniable style. The wire basket design is a great industrial accent to any contemporary decor, while the soft bronze finish is neutral enough to fit into any traditional setting.
This basket coat rack would also work wonders in a bathroom. Hang towels while storing extra toiletries in the baskets.
Constructed from durable steel, this long-lasting coat rack with baskets includes pr-drilled holes and all the hardware needed for a quick installation.
Find this product and more like it at StacksandStacks.com.
August 26th, 2015 — Garment Rack of the Month
Photo courtesy MakingHomeBase.com.
Yes, garment racks can actually be stylish. Small spaces demand extra storage, but when we add storage pieces we can add them in a manner that helps a room decoratively instead of hurting it.
No closet? No worry. Decorative garment racks can be a focal point in small bedrooms. Display your style by sorting and organizing clothes, shoes, bags and more. Assemble your wardrobe in a manner that compliments your decor instead of being an eyesore.
This Adjustable Garment Rack is the perfect addition to any small space. Create storage to fit your needs with this rack that extends to accommodate you. Top and bottom shelves make it super easy to fold and store jeans, t-shirts and more. Shoes can sit in order as well, creating a clean look.
For something more sleek, consider the Heavy Duty Garment Rack. This chrome finished storage piece has a boxy, modern design that is sure to be a great accent to any contemporary decor. Top and bottom shelves hold up to 300 pounds each – perfect for extra storage throughout the home. The clothes rod can hold up to 170 pounds, perfect for any wardrobe.
If you’re looking for covered storage, this Storage Closet with Doors is the perfect solution. The sturdy steel frame features double door entry as well as double bottom drawers. Utilize 43 inches of hanging space, all protected by a breathable mesh cover that keeps contents fresh.
Find these products and more like them at StacksandStacks.com.
September 6th, 2013 — Garment Rack of the Month
Every year at “back to school” time, I like to take on a new project. With the kids away at school every day, I finally have a little time to refocus my energy on household tasks. The two biggest problem areas in my home are always the laundry room and my closet. And when it comes to my closet especially, I can’t stand disorganization!
My closet storage project began with me looking for a new dresser. I wanted something to go in the closet, because I’m tired of the bulky dresser we already have taking up valuable space in the bedroom. I want to free it up for a comfy and stylish accent chair or maybe a decorative chest with pretty little things displayed on top. The problem is that most dressers aren’t built to go inside the closet. I’ve looked everywhere and even though some came close, there was always something not quite right about them.
Then I remembered closet modular storage! This is what a picky shopper and control freak like myself needs. I can customize every aspect of my clothing storage solution, and I don’t have to search anymore for a dresser that fits my needs.
Now, some people are apprehensive about setting up a modular storage system – I totally get that, I had the same fears. But it’s really just a matter of visualizing and accurate measuring.
You just have to have a clear idea of what you need and it’s as simple as making a list. Then, just measure your space and it helps to make a drawing. You don’t have to be good artist! If you can draw a stick figure, you can draw up a plan for your new closet storage system.
May 22nd, 2013 — Garment Rack of the Month
Once in a while, I like to have a little fun with this blog share my favorite quotes. You might be surprised that there actually are some great quotes out there related to closet organizing and garment racks.
“If you can’t get rid of the skeleton in your closet, you’d best teach it to dance.” – George Bernard Shaw. Well said. This is of course about the metaphorical closet, but I love the idea that we don’t have to be ashamed of our “skeletons”.
“I like my money right where I can see it… hanging in my closet.” – Sarah Jessica Parker. Love that girl! I’ll bet she has a fabulously organized closet for all her fabulous clothes. That might be the inspiration for my next post – Celebrity Closets. Hmmmmmm.
“A closet full of wire hangers can be the most dangerous place in the world.” – Paul Lynde. I agree! Best to get some nicer hangers like these Kascade Vertical Wood Hangers. You can hang them along the rod of your closet or hang them vertically on each other to maximize closet space. Plus the wood is much more sophisticated than metal or plastic hangers.
“Behind every working woman is an enormous pile of unwashed laundry.” – Barbara Dale. It’s true; whether you’re a working woman or a stay at home super-mom, we just can’t get everything done. And for a lot of us, it’s laundry day which suffers the most!
I’ll leave you on that note because it got me thinking about this: in today’s fast paced world we try and try really hard. With almost endless resources to keeping our homes organized, it can be almost overwhelming at times. Best we have a little fun and enjoy the ride, don’t you think? That doesn’t mean abandon all of your household duties but lets cut ourselves some slack once in a while and have a good laugh!
May 16th, 2013 — Durable Garment Racks, Garment Rack of the Month
It’s time for us all to give in and admit that the standard one-rod closet just doesn’t work anymore.
If it had, we wouldn’t have started inventing closet organizers like hanging shelves and shoe racks. It has a nice idea and it served a purpose for many years but these days? Well, there are a couple of issues. One, we have more stuff. Not just clothing, but accessories to go with them. And we have seasonal clothes, formal wear casual wear, the list goes on! And two, we simply have evolved and organization has become a part of our level of sanity and happiness.
Enter the Simplicity 12′ Closet Shelving System by John Louis Home. It takes the guesswork out of creating a custom closet. Everyone wants the look and convenience of a custom closet, but not everyone is clever when it comes to construction and designing. Here are my favorite features:
*Quality, solid wood construction *Modern yet timeless wood finish options
*Adjustable shelf lengths
*Mounts anywhere, even outside of a closet
I know it seems intimidating to install a closet shelving system on your own, but the name Simplicity means it’s design to be easy for the average person, not carpenter.
Of course there are more complex versions available if you need something a little more elaborate and have someone to do the installation for you. Either way, I believe amazing products like this further prove my point that no one is satisfied with the traditional closet. And why should we be? Look at all the benefits you get from a custom closet. Everything is tidy and easy to find, plus you end up actually gaining closet space! Someday (once we’ve really evolved) this kind of thing will be standard in all homes, even rental apartments. No complaints here!
May 1st, 2013 — Durable Garment Racks, Garment Rack of the Month, Hang it Up
Just because you’re going on a trip, doesn’t mean your clothes can’t be as organized away from home as they are at home…
Summer is just about here and most of us are planning at least one vacation. Whether you’re going camping in the mountains or staying at a beach resort somewhere tropical, there’s a common issue. We all want a better solution for keeping our clothes organized while traveling. Sure, hotels have closets with hangers and most come with a dresser. But is that enough? It doesn’t seem to be enough at home which is why we have access to so many great closet organizers.
Here are some suggestions for making your closet away from home feel more like the closet at home:
Portable closet shelves perfect if you’re staying at a hotel or family/friend’s house. Because they’re made of fabric, they folds down nice and flat to fit inside your suitcase. At home, you would typically use a hanging shelf like this for your sweaters, jeans and shirts. It’s designed to help you when you don’t have a dresser or have run out of space in the dresser. Apply the same logic to your vacation. You might be staying somewhere (like a friend’s house) where they have a place for you to sleep, but no dresser for you to store your clothing. With a travel closet shelf, you don’t have to keep your clothes in the suitcase the whole time you’re away.
If your vacation involves spending a lot of time in the car (camping or road-tripping), I have a couple suggestions for keeping your clothes organized without a suitcase. Put a plastic chest of drawers in your trunk area and it’s like having a dresser everywhere you go. You can even take it out and put it inside your tent and it’ll feel a lot less like you’re “roughing it” out there! Better yet, use the Auto Clothes Bar – Expandable Garment Rack in your car for hanging clothes. You wont’ have to worry about nice suits and blouses getting wrinkled in a suitcase while on your road trip!
Remember, for every clothing storage issue there’s a solution – even when it comes to travel. I hope your summer vacation is fun, safe and memorable!