What a fun use of vintage swimsuits in home design! The matching frames and mats bring this collection of fashion art together into a cohesive display.
People who don't have a lot of closet space might want to get creative about displaying the clothes that they wear instead of storing them. This terrific tree-like clothing rack adds appeal to the room while providing a functional purpose. Decorating the rest of the room with a nature-in-cities theme would be a great way to really make this work.
This is a more cluttered way to approach hanging your clothing out for all to see. I wouldn't recommend it as a bedroom or living room. However, I think it could be very inspirational as an office space. I can picture sitting at that writing dress, a historic outfit on the mannequin, vintage hats on the walls and a story coming to life on the page in front of me.
Adding a dress form to your space gives you a great opportunity for displaying stunning clothing that you never actually get to wear anywhere. Stick it in a corner as a great display piece in almost any room.
Everything about this room has vintage French style. The vintage clothing hung up in almost-framed fashion is a great way to get some more three-dimensional flair for the room without taking up floor space.
There are many colors going on in this room but it's the yellow that ties the whole look together. The yellow clothing hung casually on the wall helps to bring that theme to life in this space. It definitely compliments the intentional laidback messiness of the room.
Clothing doesn't have to hang alone on the wall as a central piece of art. These tiny little clothes in a child's room are hung with photos, cases, accessories and toys. This could be done with a full-size adult's bedroom or office wall as well.
Put a collection of clothing or accessories on display on a bookshelf or cube-style display case. Group them together carefully to show them off while accentuating the rest of the home. Picture this particular display in a chic, modern black-and-white room and you'll get the picture.
Use old clothing to make an eccentric patchwork item for your home. Go bold by turning used clothes into furniture clothing like this. Or go traditional and make a big quilt for your bed or sofa with your favorite old items of clothing.