With the arrival of winter weather, we have all developed a new appreciation for the hallway coat rack, a vital piece of furniture. Without it, coats, scarves, hats and other winter clothes would just become a messy and wrinkled pile in the first corner we found. If you are in this situation and your lobby has become a mess, then you're in luck because today on homify we have prepared an article with some original, fun and very functional coat racks. These are objects that not only serve to hang your collection of layers of winter clothing, but that will also be a decorative and original element for your hall closet or entryway.
This rack is ideal for small spaces, since it can be stuck to the wall and does not take up the space that a stand does. Its colourful dots bring a little joy to spaces like the hallway, which is often narrow and has little or no natural light. Though this rack appears simple, the fact is that this is a signature design: Ray and Charles Eames, icons of the world of design, created this colourful coat rack in 1953, and today, over fifty years later, it is still as fashionable as ever.
You don’t have to dive to bottom of the sea to meet a hammerhead. This marine animal can live in your home as a bold and fun coat stand. Moreover, this is a functional model that offers two heights, so that everyone, young and old, can use it without having to stretch.
To use this rack, perfect for tight spaces, you may want to add a hook or hanger to hang the garment in question. Then you will avoid blocking the design of this simple and original coat holder, which displays the impressive skyline of the city of Berlin. A single rack, perfect for distributing garments so they don’t get mixed together.
Scarves, umbrellas, caps, bags, coats, jackets… there are many things that can be hung on a hook, but what if we want to hang is our bike? Then things get a bit more delicate. However, for these special cases, this amazing rack has two hooks on which to place a bike, which will then become part of the design. Storing your bike on the wall, instead of on the ground, frees space and keeps you from bumping into things on your way in.
This rack is the very essence of minimalist design: a simple metal frame to which wheels have been added to allow greater mobility. A staple in shops, the simple rack allows us to hang a large number of items, so there is plenty of space for the guests’ coats beside those of the family.