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Do You Really Need a Wardrobe? – Alternative Hanging Spaces

Often big and bulky there’s little doubt that wardrobes take up a lot of space. You could have fitted wardrobes, but they can be very expensive and you have to leave them in-situ when you move home. If you don’t want a conventional style of wardrobe either because you don’t have the space or the budget there’s plenty of alternative hanging spaces to choose from.

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Apartment Therapy

A small branch painted white, suspended from chains makes a great place to hang your clothes.

 

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Blue Egg Brown Nest

Add a masculine look with a hanging space made from old water pipes. It’s perfect for an industrial décor.

 

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Remodelista

Make use of your corners by placing a pole across it; this also means you’ll be able to fit hangers easily.

 

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Pop Sugar

A wall mounted coat tree would work just as well for your clothes in a bedroom.

 

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Quality Fit

Neat shelving and hanging rails provide plenty of storage without the cumbersome outside cabinetry of a wardrobe.

 

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Livnn

A fabulous stepped pipe design is ideal for a steam punk or industrial motif.

 

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Furnish Burnish

A simple bamboo or slim wooden pole can be used to hang your clothes; screen it off with a pretty lace curtain for a more private hanging space with a feminine touch.

 

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Home Improvement Insights

A metal pole suspended by some metal chains is a great way to hang your clothes if you don’t want a wardrobe.

 

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A Beautiful Mess

Use wooden poles to make a chic free-standing clothes rail.

 

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Scrap Hacker

Choose branches that have natural twists and bends to add character to your hanging space.

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