35 Eclectic Coatracks and Umbrella Stands
After a bit of wintry- or rainy-day fun, it’s nice to know you have a place where you can tuck your jackets and umbrellas away. A coat stand with an umbrella stand is the perfect solution. These nifty additions to your entryway create essential storage without taking over an excessive amount of space. With graceful hooks and unique flair, they can also add a touch of style. You can even use your eclectic coat hooks as a display stand for your most envyworthy outer garments. If you’re considering adding functionality to your entryway with a coat stand, keep these helpful tips in mind: More
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Although I don't get much rain here in California, I do like to have a stylish place to keep the umbrellas.
We've been on a rustic chic bender lately, and this reclaimed tree root coat rack is a wonderful way to bring the woods into your house. Standing unadorned, it makes a gorgeous piece of sculpture, so be warned, you may have trouble throwing your coat and hat onto it!
I really like this wrought iron umbrella stand from Pier 1, and I think it would be a unique gift to give a teacher for the classroom.
I know some Seattle folks are wondering about where to put your umbrellas — get a fun umbrella stand and set it right next to your entry table.
Double-duty furniture right here: This piece is the best of a coat rack and a small cabinet. Count on it to hold your coats and hats, as well as your gloves and scarves, and even purses or shoes below. It’s an all-in-one closet.
Endlessly useful and stylishly attractive, our fleur de lis coat and umbrella rack sports numerous hooks and slots to store just about anything your needs dictate. Standing at more than six feet tall, the lovely frame is topped with a traditional fleur de lis and the antique finish will blend...
I spotted a vintage French basket like this months ago in an antique store and never picked it up, then I found this gorgeous reproduction — perfect for storing umbrellas near an entryway or mudroom.
I'm a big fan of bringing the outdoors in wherever I can, and this tree-branch-inspired coat rack is a great way to do just that!
On first glance you’ll think our captivating Lovebird Coat Rack is a beautiful work of art, but this cleverly multifunctional accent additionally provides a posh place to hold hats, coats, or even your dog leashes. A captivating cut above the average coat rack, branches adorned with bewitching...
Who wouldnt love this adorable owl umbrella holder? It can also be used for holding rolls of craft paper, floor plans and more. Or it can be used as a large vase filled with palm fronds.
Hang bags or jackets on this or just use it as a decorative piece. Perfect for a forest-themed room.
The glass knobs in this piece were saved from a late 1800's farmhouse I stumble upon on a friends property in south Cass County , the house was days from falling down completely . The back board is a portion of trim from an old victorian we tore down some time ago. The shelf is an absolutely...
Owls are back! I grew up in the '70s, and it makes me really smile to see how these guys are making such a comeback in home decor. What's old is new again!
This savvy coat rack adds a rustic modern touch to any room. Made from sustainably harvested plywood, its sleek yet sharp form maintains a sturdy balance for all of your coats and scarves.
The rain is a welcomed sight most of the time, but not if you'd like to maintain your blow-out. Place your fabulous umbrella in this unique and quite functional holder.
I love rustic elements combined with modern and clean lines. I also love the combination of the thick branches and thin vines on this coat rack.
I love the mixture of organic and modern lines in this coat rack. The branches look so delicate, but the strong resin reinforced with steel rods will hold up even your heaviest of winter coats.
Vintage, barley twist umbrella stand with original caning on front and sides; back and bottom are open. Some separation of caning from top of frame of stand, as shown in picture. Not overly noticeable if you don't know to look for it.
Will you ever want to actually hang a hat or coat on this amazing coatstand? To me it's kind of like chess pieces meet Sputnik.
This goes way beyond the standard clothes tree. Place it in a corner near an entryway to hang coats on.
There is a tall and impressive arrangement of cherry blossoms in a Chinese porcelain vase. My takeaway is an umbrella stand, perhaps more useful when not filled with branches.
A place for everything from newspapers and magazines to knitting needles and balls of yarn. Great in the mud room, at the foot of the stairs or beside your favorite comfy chair. Sturdy construction wrapped in Courtly Check® fabric and black cotton. Leather and antique brass nailhead trim, and brass...
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