Freestanding Entryway Racks

Freestanding Entryway Racks

Sarah Coffey
May 8, 2009
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After reading Grace's post on AT:LA about Japanese furniture store Idée, we checked out the catalog and noticed a lot of freestanding entryway racks. These types of racks are common in China and Japan, but we don't see them as much here in the US. They're a great solution for renters who can't drill hooks into their walls, and they offer a little more storage space than your traditional coat tree. For similar entryway ideas, click below... SHOWN ABOVE1 The Hanger Stand from Idée Japan is modern and minimal. • 2 Noor Shikari's loft uses a clothes rack for coats at the door. • 3 Wooden Chinese clothes racks can be found at Asian antique stores. • 4 This Old Branch Clothes Rack from Emery & Cie is made from wrought iron. • 5 A case piece from Schönbuch incorporates a mirror and clothes rack. OTHER IDEASBedroom Storage Solution: Best Inexpensive Clothes RacksThe Anti-ClosetCloset Alternative: The Hallway Rack
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