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Easy Assembly Copper Clothes Rack

Are your clothes on the floor? Is having a bulky dresser to store clothes out of question for your small space? Charity Honeycutt from HGTV has a great solution for your clothes storage problem.

If you have some time, copper tubing, and epoxy this standing clothes rack can be yours. The best part of this project is the use of epoxy to keep everything together. A blow torch and solder are not needed here. Charity provides a simple list of materials and shows you step by step how she put everything together.

This project is deceptively simple and once you make one you can easily make another one. Be careful when cutting the pipes as they will have burrs. A small burr brush will remove any of the copper burrs made from cutting. A smooth piece of copper will go together easier than one with burrs. A great project to keep your area clutter free.

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When shopping for a bedroom wardrobe, you’ll need to find a piece that not only fits in your bedroom but also comfortably accommodates your clothing. As you consider different options, look at their overall dimensions, keeping in mind the width of doorways and stairwells within your home, as well as the size of their shelves, drawers, and other compartments.

Storage Options

Some wardrobes solely offer space to hang clothing, while others incorporate other storage options, including drawers, shelves, hooks, and more. Depending on what you plan to keep in your wardrobe, you may want just one of these features of a combination of them.


There’s nothing worse than spending your hard-earned money on new furniture, only for it to start deteriorating in a matter of months. For a piece like a wardrobe, which needs to support the weight of your clothing, you may want to look for more durable materials, such as metal or solid wood. Not only will these pieces hold more clothing, but they’ll also last much longer than ones made of particleboard.

This article was written by Camryn Rabideau, a freelance writer who has a background in interior design. As someone who lived in small apartments for many years, she knows firsthand the woes of a too-small closet and has personally relied on both dressers and wardrobes to house her clothing.

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Seller's Notes: Evoking the casual elegance of Parisian brasseries of the 1930s, Restoration Hardware's brass coat rack is an authentic reproduction of the originals used to hold overcoats or trilby hats. Updated with a mirror for enhanced functionality, it's a timeless design with modern utility. -Solid, non-corrosive drop-forged brass supports and steel bars -Concealed screws attach to wall-mounted hangers -Antiqued brass finish is hand polished and richly plated -Central mirror offers opportunity for a quick, pre-departure check -Slim foam backing cushions mirror The piece is in beautiful shape. We are selling it because we recently moved and are changing our furiniture and look to fit the new space.

Brand:Restoration Hardware

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Condition: Good: Minor blemishes that most people won't notice

Wear and tear details: Na

Age: 10+ Years Old

Overall Dimensions: Width: 38 inches, Height: 19 inches, Depth: 11 inches

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10 Black Coat Hooks Hat Rack Hall Tree Closet Cast Iron Restoration Hardware Cup

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Garment racks. Coat racks. Oh, the multitude of racks I have looked at! Here’s what happened.

The bedroom closet had an Intermetro rolling garment rack setup for double hanging when we moved in. It was nice and sturdy with a shelf right in the middle, but when I took it out so that I’d have the height to hang dresses, the whole thing got a little wobbly. I put its shelf back and relocated it to the laundry room once I found one of those ubiquitous reclaimed wood garment racks at Yearbook a while back. It was a little wobbly too, but it was better than the other rack and it had the bonus of looking good.

Well, I guess the carpeting in the closet must have kept it stable, because the day after I wheeled the thing back in, the whole thing fell over with the weight of all my dresses on it. The floor and trim escaped damage, but the Elfa system on the opposite wall was pretty badly dented, the wall was gouged, and the rack was bent out of shape. I righted the garment rack and am using it for now, but it’s precarious and I’m on the lookout for a replacement. Hence this roundup.

15 Stylish Garment and Coat Racks

  1. Allison Coat Rack, Pottery Barn
    I can’t decide if the hooks are good or not. Helpful for scarves, I suppose? Otherwise, superfluous.

  2. Ceiling Clothing Rack, Urban Outfitters
    Copper and clean geometry, and takes up no floor space. If I were more confident about the plaster ceilings and stud spacing, this would be pretty appealing.

  3. Vintage Tailor’s Clothing Rack, Restoration Hardware
    Vintage design, modern sturdiness. Has an additional bar to make this into a double-hanging rack.

  4. Mulig Clothes Rack, IKEA
    $10! Comes in black or white. On the flimsy side though. For a (presumably) sturdier but still minimalist option, there’s Pottery Barn’s Blacksmith Clothes Rack.

  5. Garment Rack, West Elm
    Asymmetrical base, plus a cute color. Comes in black too, but that blue is so much happier.

  6. Calvin Clothing Rack, Urban Outfitters
    OK, when I started pulling these together, it was available in gold (for an extra $100). Now it’s just black and white. Cute design though, yes?

  7. 4040 Locust Industrial Storage Rack, Urban Outfitters
    Pipes and wood, plus copper. Trendy hipster loft style.

  8. Mercantile Coat Rack, Restoration Hardware
    Small footprint, but still plenty of hanging space. Sturdy, too! I went and checked it out in person. Definitely my favorite design of the bunch — also among the most expensive.

  9. 19th Century Couturier’s Rack, Restoration Hardware
    Doesn’t hold all that much and it’s pricey. Awesome if you don’t need much hanging space though and are looking for something beautiful.

  10. Emily and Meritt Wardrobe Rack, Pottery Barn Teen
    Pipe meets faux-Victorian details.

  11. Toj Clothes Rack, Normann Copenhagen
    A little too Danish mod for my house, but the design is fantastic.

  12. Monroe Trades Coat Rack, West Elm
    More pipe. Lots of coat racks made out of pipe. Interesting take on the base here though.

  13. Bellman Cart, Forbes Industries (Hotel Supply)
    The pretty brass birdcage ones are thousands of dollars. (“But Nicole,” you say. “Think of the Instagram opportunities.” To which I whisper “I knoooowww…”) There really isn’t enough room anyway though and they don’t hold much, so moving on.

  14. Butler Stand, CB2
    Small footprint, similar to the design of #11 but a smidge more industrial. Doesn’t hold enough for my needs though and the hanging space is too short.

  15. Niles Coat Rack, Ballard Designs
    Plenty of hanging space and a handy shelf beneath. Nice detail along the sides too, but I think it’s about a foot too long for my needs.

I find it helpful to go through these roundups when narrowing down my choices, but I’m not sure yet which one I’ll go for. Number 8 is my favorite for sure, but it’s hard to justify when most of the others cost so much less. Which one would be your pick?

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