Clothes racks are often considered rather a necessity than a chic living accessory – and in this respect, they are greatly undervalued. Carefully selected valet stands are able to enhance any room they're in, giving it character.
Numerous designers consider it a challenge to design things we use every day – including textile stands and clothes rails. Manufacturers like Nomess Copenhagen are completely committed to creating storage objects and are searching for functional and stylish solutions in this area. It is their aim to develop design pieces that would serve not only as a storage place, but also as home decorating accessories. This is why there are clothes racks which do more than just hold coats.
The entrance area with its versatile form – small corridors or spacious but rarely used halls – needs a lot of attention when it comes to the furniture. The selection of a valet stand can already change the whole appearance: a coat stand is able to improve small rooms and can fill big and empty halls. There are many models available.
Fritz Hansen designed a practical, round clothes stand which looks like a tree – the hooks are reminiscent of branches. The valet stand from the manufacturer Cascando looks like a lamp at the first glance. Under the lampshade are the wardrobe hooks, so all in all it looks like a very special piece. Small rooms, on the other hand, need a small and functional coat rack like the "Diener" (Servant) coat stand by Auerberg.
How you use the Kammerdiener clothes rack by Stadtnomaden is up to you – leaned against a wall or folded like a cube. It will gratefully store your clothes regardless.
Those of you who prefer to hang clothes on a rail instead of a hook will like Hay. The Loop Stand coat rack is available in different widths, so that it fits both in small and in big rooms. Side by Side also offers a clothes stand with a rail under the name "New Hang On".
Connox interior design shop presents a broad selection of various clothes racks. Get inspired by our high class design objects!