I spent the entire weekend in bed, trying to kick this cold and I’m finally starting to feel better. Sadly, I missed my friend Taylor’s wedding. Sorry Taylor, I really wish I could have been there. Even my Dad told me to stay away from him with my sickness. Happy Father’s day Dad!
Anyway, I’m behind on blog posts and my huge to-do list, but one of the things I have been looking at are places to live in Savannah. Many of the places don’t seem to have a lot of closet space and I remembered how many bloggers have shown off their clothing racks. Yes, the racks that fill editorial offices with the latest trends. Well those racks are crazy popular right now, especially with bloggers. Everyone seems to have one – they’re not only functional, they end up looking like a piece of art. Considering I don’t have much furniture, if any, a clothing rack might just be one of my most necessary purchases.
Here is a list of clothing racks from least to most expensive:
– Rigga Clothes Rack from IKEA
– Turbo Clothes Rack from IKEA
– Hold-N-Storage Commercial Garment Rack from Linens-N-Things
– Quality Fabricators Collapsible Steel Rolling Rack from hayneedle.com
– Quality Fabricators Heavy Duty 4ft Clothing Rack from Amazon
– Copper Pipe Clothing Rack from Etsy
– PB Teen The Emily and Meritt Wardrobe Rack from Domino
Wardrobe Storage Idea: Clothes Rack from Interior Holic. Let me tell you, I LOVE big gaudy mirrors. Absolutely love them and want one. Mirrors and a rack of pretty clothes is the happiest combination. Hello? Dress up! I appreciate that the rack isn’t the focal point but it has a purpose.
Another ridiculously amazing mirror. From the apartment of Nina Bergsten. Supposedly this black rack is from Ikea – no way. Maybe I’m surprised because the mirror and luxurious clothing make me assume that the rack would not be a cheap find. High/low living right there! This picture needs to be my life.
From Glitter Guide’s Style At Home: Monika Hibbs Of The Doctor’s Closet. The size and visual weight of this rack acts as framework for her clothes. She’s played up her glittery, gaudy pieces to show them off instead of stuffing them in a closet. What a great way to showcase your special items.
I’ve seen so many photos of Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere’s clothing rack. She uses it all the time! Funnily enough, it’s in her office. When your life revolves around style it makes sense – I’ve got my computer, my stationary – oh! and my clothing rack full of covetable clothing.
I dunno if I am crafty enough to DIY a clothing rack but this is awesome! The black steel pipes give it a rougher edge and would look completely unassuming in an industrially designed space. The cool thing is that you can determine what size you want for your space and change it later if you need to.
Oh dreamland, you treat me good. There is so much to love in this photo – from the tattered Persian rug, to the crown molding, the huge pile of shoes and the gorgeous settee! I bet you barely noticed the clothing rack and that’s the point. The entire room is an exposed wardrobe. Any room can be a dressing room.