We want to see our clothes arranged and nicely classified by color & type but even when we just own small numbers, we still have a problem with it.
Worry no more as we’re about to unravel the puzzling hacks of getting a more organized closet. Either small or wide one, the sizes really are a great deal for shopaholic people.
Clothes Rack is something that we are using since ever. Our closet is set with them. However, there are instances that your clothes’ numbers overpower your wardrobe.
Hey, Do you know why they call clothes’ storage a wardrobe? because it originates from the word WAR (chaos) and ROBE (garment), meaning there’s a war going on when garments kept together inside. Lol.
(It’s quite a fact though.)
Just not to misinform you, here’s the real definition:
The word wardrobe appeared in the English language in the early 14th century. It originated from Old French words warderobe, wardereube and garderobe, in which “warder” meant “to keep, to guard” and “robe” meant “garment”.
Back to the Clothes rack topic – we are glad to help you choose one.
It would be best if you would look for these qualities according to your taste.
- A multi-functional garment rack can meet all your storage demands and help you stay organized in the process. The free-standing design allows it to fit into any area of your living space, and it’s easy to assemble — meaning less time spent putting it together and more time organizing. Clothes Divider
- Look for a free-standing, single-rail rack. It would do great as, this one for example, is made of a sturdy metal frame and can hold up to 88 pounds of evenly distributed weight. It also comes with a solid metal shelf across the bottom for added convenience — it’s the perfect spot for shoes or storage containers. The uniqueness of this one is that it comes with stoppers on either side of the rod so no worries about clothes falling off. This serves as a function for an extra stability.
- When you have a lot of heavy garments to hang, then a heavy-duty, commercial grade double-rod rack by DecoBros is the best choice. This specifically, has a 250-pound load capacity with two rods, this steel-made rack is about as strong as it gets. It also has wheels, making it easily portable, along with heavy casters so you can still keep it stationary when needed. This rack comes highly-recommended by Amazon users, with over 4,000 reviews.
- For a reliable one, a go-to option if you need something that holds up well but is also easily collapsible for storage or travel, then this one – collapsible garment rack by Simple Houseware is perfect! Uniquely built with heavy-duty steel for ultimate stability which has also a single rod that can extend horizontally for extra space and *squee* it has wheels for added convenience! Very easy to carry for sure!
- Don’t have any extra space for a larger one? Then look for an ultimate space-saving racks. Why don’t you try a corner hanging baron any corner in your home? Look this up for example, the 43-inch black iron bar is super easy to mount and can transform the corner of any room into a mini closet. At $25, it’s also a budget-friendly option if you’re not ready to commit to a full-length garment rack just yet. The versatility of this rack is superb, it literally helps maximize small spaces!
Theirs is nothing impossible for clothes hooks when you have
a very wide wall, especially when your clothes are hook with hangers. I
especially love mine as I only have a lengthwise wide wall.
There are double hooks, triple hooks, stainless steel hooks and woods. A coat hook for example is the best for the winter and rainy season.
And because a hook is cute and thin, allow yourself to use it for key storage too.
There is now a trending hook called the S – hooks! Which you can use on a rod and just like the traditional hangers, you can hang anything you want them.
And here’s for the DIY TIPS, make your own hook.
- Get these materials first:
- Lenghtwise WOOD
- a drill tool and nails OR super glue.
- If you prefer it painted, paint it with any color you want.
- Use spoons as more than just eating utensils, bent some stainless steel ones into hook shapes.
- Paint the wood.
- Drill the bent-hook-shape nail through the face of the spoon and connect it to the wood.
- Glue the nail head with super glue for obvious reason.
- And you’re done!…for the first step. NEXT is you get that newly DIY clothes hook and nail it on the wall. Drill it!
- Viola, you are finally done.
Here for the last hack – the CLOTHES DIVIDER!
Almost anyone can do it. Super simple yet one of the most
effective tool to keep your closet organized!
There are dividers for your clothes racks and shelves.
Okay! further no more for I’m about to share to you the right way on how to make it.
Clothes Divider for Racks
You can buy them on Amazon, but if you are a type of person that loves crafts then these steps below are for you.
It would look like this:
And now, here are the things you’d need:
- Cartoon or Styrofoam
- Scissors, use a big one
- Sticker or character/designed wrapper
- Paste glue and glue gun
- Cut the foam (or cartoon) into this shape. Make sure you have measured the right diameter of your clothes rack.
- Cut your favorite cartoon character or designed wrapper the same diameter and shape of your foam (or cartoon).
- Cleanly glue them.
- Now get the ribbon and nicely tie one end to the end of your shaped foam or cartoon. Like this below:
- Then you are done! You just have to attached it circled on the rack.
Clothes Divider for shelves.
This is just like book shelves in the library. The ones you see that sandwich the books together.
You buy them on Amazon and don’t bother making one.
They just cost less and retain for like years with you as long as you don’t spit water on them to avoid rusting in the long run.
I would advise that you go for a stainless steel shelves divider and not painted.
That’s it! I’m pretty sure you had a great time reading them.
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