Coat racks are making a comeback. And wouldn’t you know it, we have a few! I don’t know who invented the coat rack, but historically, it has been a very handy option. Especially around houses like mine! With limited closet space in the bedrooms and hall closet, coat racks are ideal for folks like me! The accessory that Zazzle offers up to designers is built from high quality Alderwood.
If you’re searching for a “unique” gift for someone, consider looking through my designs in the category “coat racks” in the studio. On ours, the art work is printed in full-color, full-bleed on three 4.25” white ceramic tiles.
These are ideal for small spaces, such as the small house or apartment, and are very versatile. Perfect for that newly married couple moving into their first place! The dimensions for these Alderwood/Ceramic racks are 16.5” l x 7.125” w x 1.5” h. In “the old days” clothes were usually stored in trunks or armoires. Armoires are very ornate (I’ve seen some NICE ones in the local antique shops) and extremely heavy. They are also expensive and take up much more space.
It’s a simple matter to install one of these wall-mounted coat racks. Two keyhole style grooves on the back of rack allows for easy hanging, even if you’re not handy with tools! All you need to do is decide which wall to use! I have one in the entryway of my house, one at the back door, and one in the bathroom!
I am able to mix and match the tile variety. So, if you see three different pieces of art you like, I can include one on each tile. For example on the one below, I incorporated three of my Sandhill Crane pieces.
MOST of the ones represented in my shop all carry the same design, BUT again, if you don’t see one here, simply let me know the names of the pieces you’d like included… And even better, if you have YOUR own images for an anniversary, or more personal gift you’d like designed, just let me know!
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