Our Favorite Garment Racks That Give You Extra Storage Space, But Also Look Chic

Our Favorite Garment Racks That Give You Extra Storage Space, But Also Look Chic
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Sure, garment racks serve a functional purpose of giving us a bit more closet space to hang up our clothes, but when done right, they also have the potential to double as home decor, allowing you to showcase a curated collection of your favorite pieces. However, given that clothing racks come in a vast array of different levels of quality, sizes, and overall construction, you want to make sure you take all of these factors (including your space, interior design style, and amount of clothing) into account before investing. Depending on the weight (and size) of your collection, you’ll want to make sure to opt for a rack that’s sturdy and heavy enough to support your precious wardrobe without collapsing.

There are a few main different types of clothing racks: commercial-grade (these are usually suitable for professional use and very heavy duty), double rail for additional support and stability, collapsible racks (usually designed with wheels), and mountable racks to save space in smaller spaces.

There is also a huge variety of multi-functional clothing racks, including those that double as clothing dryers, those who come with a protective cover for on-the-go organization, and others that feature additional storage shelves for shoes and foldable like sweaters and t-shirts. Scroll through to check out some of the best clothing racks you can score on a budget.

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1. IRIS USA Metal Garment Rack with Wood Shelves

Iris USA

Iris USA.

This multifunctional space-saving storage solution is more than just a garment rack. Aside from featuring a sturdy metal garment rack for hangable clothing (supports up to 22 pounds of weight), it’s also equipped with wooden shelves to store shoes, books, plants, etc. This garment rack is also designed with an angled frame that prevents it from swaying and hitting the wall.

2. Greenstell Clothes Rack with Top Shelf

Greenstell Clothes Rack with Top Shelf

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Save a ton of floor space with this hanging clothing rack. Not only do you have more space to put things on the ground, you have an extra shelf to display knickknacks, books, plants, or whatever else you want. The rack is heavy-duty and has a nice industrial edge to it. Plus, you can get the 41-inch or 45.5-inch version—whichever best suits your storage needs.

3. Simple Houseware Standard Rod Garment Rack

Simple Housewares garment rack

Simple Housewares.

If you’re looking for a no-frills clothing rack that does the job efficiently and doesn’t cost a fortune, this is the one for you. The full metal construction is ultra sturdy and the simple installation process is totally fuss-free. It also features an adjustable rod that extends from 30.5 inches to 47.25 inches.

4. UDEAR Garment Rack

UDEAR Clothing Rack

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With a double rod clothing rack, you can hang up so much more of your clothes. This rack is ideal if you’re super short on closet space or don’t have a closet at all. The durable and sturdy clothing rack also has a bonus shelf for your shoes and accessories. The clothing rack is available in black or white.

5. Whitmor Double Rod Freestanding Closet Organizer

Whitmor Clothing Rack

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This clothing rack is basically a closet—without the walls or doors. There are two racks, stacked on top of one another, so you can hang plenty of shirts, dresses or pants. There are three shelves for bags, hats, scarves, linens and other accessories. Plus, there’s a rack at the bottom for shoes.