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If you’re short on closet space but not on style, this wheeled clothing rack is on the way to your rescue. Sturdily constructed of bent steel pipe with a hardwood base, it rolls wherever you need it and looks great doing it.
V18 Clothing Rack
$1,247.40 Only 5 Left
Here is a stylish magazine holder that stands out from the herd, so to speak. This one would be great for a den or family room.
The only problem you’ll ever have with this iron-framed baker’s rack is deciding how to use it. A rustic vibe and two-tiered design make it a handsome industrial piece for your urban loft. And with six removable trays or shelves that you can configure any way you choose, it’s a functional and...
Buttermere Industrial Loft 2 Tier Baker's Rack Display Bookcase
$1,066 Only 5 Left
Store anything from pumpernickel to "War and Peace." Talk about versatility, this tall baker’s rack will give your space some serious storage or smart industrial-style display. Made from reclaimed wood, the four chestnut-finished shelves can be spaced to allow extra room for tall items such as...
Buttermere Reclaimed Wood Tall Baker's Rack Display Bookcase
$1,011.40 Only 5 Left
No more scorched fingers or searching for oven mitts! This clever gadget hooks onto hot oven racks for easy sliding. Each one is handcrafted in Pennsylvania from wild cherry wood, so it’s beautiful as well as functional.
There's a reason "vintage" means "classic": Wine is one of the most timeless and universal delights in the world. This vintage corkscrew print is a tribute to a cultural pleasure that will never go out of style. Hand-printed onto burlap for a touch of rustic charm, it's stylishly framed in a...
Thes soft floor pillows are available in 6 different shapes and sizes. Prices vary. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Perfect for foyers and mudrooms, this clothes rack serves as a distinctive, stylish way to hang jackets, hats and scarves. It will make an equally dramatic statement covered in coats in the winter as it will when bare in the summer.
Wrought Iron Hall Tree/ Hanging Rack
$1,800 Only 1 Left
U.S.A. 1970's Carved wood magazine rack from the makers of much of the decorations and furniture in Elvis Presley's "Jungle Room" at Graceland. Witco was also an outfitter of Hugh Hefner's Chicago Playboy pool. William Westenhaver was the founder of the Mt. Vernon, Washington company Witco, and the...
Llama Magazine Stand
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Vintage Ski Coat Rack
It may look like a patch of Astro Turf, but it's actually a convenient drying rack for bottles and baby gear.
For those tight-fitting spaces, this collapsible garment rack is a perfect temporary fix. German engineering transcends the automotive industry with this built to last design.
Pear-Wood Collapsible Garment Hanger
Make like a seamstress and keep one of these linen busts around. Even if you don't sew, it works well for hanging necklaces, scarves or clothes.
This fun and stylish dish rack is a great way to add color to your kitchen. I love it when super-functional items get a stylish reinterpretation.
This gorgeous wine rack looks beautiful whether you have filled it with six wine bottles, its empty, or somewhere in between, It's made from solid walnut wood with a life edge and aluminum rods which support the bottles and give them the appearance that they are floating.
You know those people that always have a counter full of sippy cups and bottles? Are you one of those people? If so, you need this fun and colorful dish rack to corral all that kid stuff! Oh yes, and those who don't have kids will enjoy it as well.
I love a good garment rack. This one is made of heavy steel and wood, and I'd love to hang frilly, pastel dresses on it.
Pegs in the city! I love the idea of lining up two of these beechwood coat racks next to each other to make a pretty little cityscape on the wall.
Coat Rack City
Aw, what a good little helper! This magazine/newspaper rack is not only functional, but completely adorable.
Loose papers and magazines are easily wrangled by these vintage-inspired butlers that would be ideal for an industrial space. I'm imagining these three or four across on worn oak bookcases, right next to a giant metal filing box.
Part of the "Blow Up" series, this magazine holder is the definition of a game of pick-up sticks gone awry. Good thing the result is pretty good looking, and luckily this is only one piece from the collection.
This is a brilliant and eye-catching design for your wine bottles. The wine bottle holder will have your guests baffled and entertained at the same time.
Monkey Business Wine Bottle Holder
This frame dates back to the 1930's and was originally used in France to store bottles during the aging and fermentation process of champagne.
I am a student of functionality, so I don't need a wine rack hand carved out of a single piece of teak. Stack as many of these as you need horizontally and vertically, and store infinite amounts of wine.
Zigzag Wine and Bottle Rack
In a rust finish with rivets all over, this might be the most manly wine rack I've ever seen. It'll lend an air of hardworking industriousness to even the least used kitchen.
Factory Table Wine Rack
Designed to represent a bundle of grapes, I like how the designers of this rack didn't take that design too literally. The color reminds me of my favorite pinot noir and the series of cutouts looks just enough like a bundle of grapes without feeling too kitschy.
This wine rack is a clever and attractive way to store wine on a table top or counter in the kitchen or bar area.
Made 100% of reclaimed products, this wine rack is as sustainable as it is architectural. I love how massive the base is while the soft and organic lines of the wine bottles carefully rest above.
Specially designed for those of with sore green thumbs, the Cactus wine rack cleverly uses its thorns to separate wine bottles.
Cactus Wine Rack
I just love it when form meets function. These birdcage-style magazine racks do dual purpose by turning a decorative element into something that is also perfectly useful.
Why hang your keys on a boring old rack when you could have this hotel-inspired key rack? It will bring a bit of vintage modern style to your home, and will inspire you to make sure your key rings are looking snazzy.
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!
This reminds me so much of the industrial coffee table carts available at Restoration Hardware. Seeing the clamp repurposed is unexpected, and I love the unexpected.
These ottomans from Danish brand Hay are covered with colorful vintage saris, so each one is unique. This flexible piece could be used as a coffee table and pulled into service as extra seating when needed.
The only word for this is "tree-mendous." It's sculptural art right in your kids' bedroom — and it's functional too. Shawn Soh did a beautiful job designing this.