June 26th, 2012 — Durable Racks, Practical Uses for Garment Racks
Bamboo Luggage Rack
I never knew before that there were so many cool uses for luggage racks. Like most people I was only familiar with them as the thing that most hotel rooms have in the closet to help you unpack and pack up again. My mom was the first person I knew to use one in her guest bedroom, which I have always appreciated because not only does it come in handy, but it makes me feel like I’m staying at a nice resort. I decided to employ a luggage stand in my own guest bedroom and decided on a luggage rack with curved legs and toile straps by Gate House because it goes well with my shabby chic décor.
In my search I came across a number of creative repurposed luggage racks. Apparently, you can turn one like this foldaway suitcase stand – hardwood walnut finish into a side table by adding a piece of wood, or a serving tray, or better yet an old hard sided suitcase. This has a really cute effect in casual, eclectic and shabby chic spaces. The four straps will help keep the surface you add stable, and you can even add a couple of screws to help. To create a cool display for photos, linens, or your child’s stuffed animals, place an old hard sided suitcase on top but open it up to create a display area. These are very easy DIY project with luggage racks!
If you want to use a folding suitcase rack in the traditional way, the bamboo luggage rack with two straps is a great way to go. It has a decorative look that I would pair with other “natural” home furnishings and tropical inspired décor. Plus, it’s an eco friendly home storage piece which it seems like everyone wants to get in on these days.
December 9th, 2011 — Durable Racks, Practical Uses for Garment Racks
Stylish or functional, from the hotel room to the guestroom, luggage stands are a must have when expecting visitors! A convenience guests will love, a luggage rack allows guests to access all their clothes without having to completely unpack perfect for a long stay or a short one. When guests are gone luggage stands fold flat so they can easily be stored in the closet or under the bed.
When it comes to outfitting a hotel room look for durable construction with a versatile design. A metal frame can stand up to daily use since the legs won’t easily scratch or break. A simple metal frame also looks great with any décor. Light, portable design allows guests to decide where they want to unpack. If they don’t want to use it guests can simply fold it up and put it away.
Bring a classic hotel touch to your guestroom by adding a luggage rack with a stylish look. From basic straight legs to a curving decorative design, there’s a wide range of options to fit your décor. Choosing a wood rack with a dark finish is an easy way to bring some warmth to a room. Bring in some color or a pattern by choosing a rack with decorative straps. Make guests feel right at home while enjoying the comforts of a fine hotel.
Buy one for your own use! A luggage rack can be great for using at home. After a long trip you can use a luggage rack to set your bag on while you unpack. Setting your luggage at a comfortable height, unpacking is easy since you don’t have to bend over and sort through your clothes on the floor. Luggage racks really are an accessory that every traveler must have to travel in comfort and style! Get yours for a great price at Stacks and Stacks!