Keep Your Wardrobe in Check With Freestanding Clothing Racks

Every home needs a well-designed system for organizing and storing clothes. Otherwise you end up finding them all over the place. The solution is simple: a freestanding closet or a clothing rack placed in a strategic location such as in the bedroom, the entryway or the dressing room.

Entryway designs.

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Having a closet or a clothing rack right at the entrance is useful. The guests can leave their coats there as well as their bags and accessories. The clothing rack could feature shelves or compartments for each of these things.Available on IKEA for $44.

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Here’s a design that’s really simple yet very functional. The two shelves are great for storing shoes on the bottom and bags on the top. Scarves and other accessories can be stored on the sides.{found on apairandasparediy}.

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The entryway could use a mobile clothing rack so you can move it around as needed. This one has castors and a really simple and straight-forward structure.{found on designsponge}.

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An open closet offers more structure. It can include a rack for coats and jackets, a space underneath for shoes and a basket for small accessories. There’s also space on top for displaying frames, a vase or other things.

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Made of raw steel and solid mango wood, this adjustable clothing rack is sturdy and practical, ideal for entryways. Make use of the open bottom shelf to store shoes or baskets and use the rack extensions for umbrellas.

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This industrial storage rack has three shelves two of which are smaller. This leaves a small portion for hanging long dresses and other clothing items.Available on site.

Dressing room organization.

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Clothing racks and closets or cabinets are a must in dressing rooms. To make it easier for you to keep the area clean and organized, you can include a variety of storing options. Two clothing racks and a mirror can be the main elements in the room.{found on citrusrefreshingfashion}.

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The freestanding clothing rack or closet can be custom made to fit your space. A solution is to build it yourself using wood and metal pipes.

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Freestanding clothing racks or wall-mounted systems such as this one as ideal for making the room seem less cluttered and more spacious. It’s also a very practical and user-friendly idea.{found on southernweddings}.

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Rolling clothing racks are really practical too. They can be moved around, stored out of sight or in a corner most of the time and brought to the center only when needed.Available on site.

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Some rolling racks feature a shelf at the bottom for placing boxes, baskets or shoes. You can have an entire outfit laid out and organized, just waiting for you to wear it. Available on CrateandBarrel.

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The March clothing rack is a special order item which can be customized in various ways. It’s made of patinated cold rolled steel and can adapt to modern, industrial or rustic décors.

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If you decide to make your own clothing rack, you can build it however you want. For example, this one has a wooden base and three different at which you can hang the clothes.{found on getssweeterwithtime}.

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Building one of these things is quite easy if you have some scrap wood and metal pipes. The most beautiful thing is customization. Depending on your needs and preferences, you can include all sorts of elements in the design such as an extra rod for bags and belts.{found on plhnk}.

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Don’t waste the space above the rack. You can include a wall-mounted shelf there on which to display and store your accessories and thus save floor space.{found on funstuffcafe}.

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Arara Nomade is an all—in-one unit which offers storage for clothes and accessories. The clothes can sit on hangers or they can be packed and stored in the wooden box.

Clothing storage for the bedroom.

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Sure, a dresser or a closet is often a must-have in the bedroom but if you want the room to remain open and more spacious you can opt for alternatives such as a DIY clothing rack tucked in a corner so you can leave your things there when you go to sleep or to have them ready in the morning.{found on remodelista}.

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A small clothing rack can also be a closet space extension, only for everyday things or for the things you plan on wearing the next day. This one has a wood trestle base that supports a steel frame, a chic and simple design.Available on CrateAndBarrel for $79.

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The clothing rack can be incorporated into a complex wall unit with shelves, drawers and everything else. It can be supported by pipes attached to the ceiling. However, I doubt it’s a very practical design.

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A freestanding clothing rack made of wood would integrate well in a bedroom. The wood has a warming effect on the design.Available on Etsy for $100.

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If you’re a fan of minimalist and eye-catching designs, try this option: a clothing rail suspended from the ceiling. You can find this particular one at Ikea but, of course, other options are also available.

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The whole point of having a suspended clothing rack such as this one is to save floor space and to also create an interesting focal point for the room. The simple and inexpensive clothing rack become an eye-catching element.