A pre-existing bench that was reupholstered with a shimmering black fabric with coordinating cording was used as a comfortable sitting area in this boutique. The pillow fabric was also used as a wallpaper application in the dressing room and behind the cashier counter.
This rack of clothes at a yard sale is neatly organized using paper plates with sizes written on them. The paper plates have bold edges and white centers that bring attention while leaving them easy to read.
Oversized drawers and a clothing rack line the wall and offer convenient storage space in this transitional double-duty game and utility room. A Ping-Pong table sits nearby, with other assorted sport and recreational equipment within easy reach.
Yes, give your closet the royal treatment by combining drawers, shelves, clothing racks, a storage island and a hutch for the ultimate in walk-in closet luxury. Not only will your walk-in look like it came straight from a boutique, but you'll have an unlimited amount of storage space to work with, making the word "clutter" unutterable. In this suite system, the shelves are designed for those on-display items, whereas drawers are perfect for underwear, accessories and any other items ideal for concealment. With clothing racks separated, you can even organize your clothes according to function: casual, work, dressy.
The upper level of the petite home has been transformed into a sleeping loft. The painted wood floors were part of the structure's original architecture (this area was a hay loft). For storage, built-in shelving and a custom hinged clothing rack were added.
The floor of this boutique is a herringbone pattern tile that looks like wood to brighten up the space and pairs well with the fuchsia chairs. The jewelry display unit has panels of antique glass and brass framed shelves to coordinate with the custom clothing rack design
The master bedroom's walk-in closet doesn't disappoint. With clothing racks, wrap-around cabinets and a built-in spot for dress shirts and blouses, this space has everything the owners need to get ready in the morning. A bold chandelier and tufted ottoman offer some style as well.
Create more space in the baby’s room by tucking all your nursery needs in the closet. Lisa Janvrin, owner of YouthfulNest, designed this adorable space that includes changing table and drawers for baby supplies. The clothing rack above the changing table is all you need for wee little wardrobe.
Plenty of closets have islands, but this one has a built-in dressing table as well – just the thing for coordinating wardrobe and makeup. This generously sized closet features high hanging clothes racks that smoothly descend down within reach via convenient pulls. Built by Visbeen Architects, Inc. for both her and him, this master closet is nestled between the master bedroom and master bathroom, its design reflecting the contemporary style of the rest of the home.
Doors to this closet have been replaced by white and lavender curtains, while inside, a white multi-shelf unit makes space to hang clothes on racks, store wicker baskets on a shelf and display vintage knickknacks.
Doing the laundry just got a bit more enjoyable thanks to this clever ceiling-mounted clothes drying rack. All you need is a wooden ladder and some supplies, and you can put the fifth wall in your laundry room to work.
Here's another idea for how to keep drying clothes out of the way: a ceiling-mounted rack that raises and lowers with pulleys. The cast iron and wood Sheila Maid clothes airer has been around for more than 100 years and comes in six colors.