Scarf Racks for Small Spaces
For a period of time they seemed to lose their popularity among users but that has all changed once again.
Scarves of multiple varieties have found their way back into being a focal point of many styles of clothing. So much so that classes are given to show the consumer the many ways they can be worn.
But organizing them is a small but an important part of the process. And being a friend of fashion, you may find yourself with too many scarves. If that's the case, I have a few suggestions on how to get your scarves in order.
That means no more mornings looking high and low for the scarf that accessorizes your outfit when it is placed right near the door, over the door or in your closet.
Closet Scarf HangersNow that scarves are again functioning as accent pieces to your wardrobe, a certain amount of time has to be used in regard to how you will take care of your scarves. For many, they are little more than a tangled mess that haphazardly occupies space in a drawer.
When you wish to wear one, they are a wrinkled mess that requires ironing. Investing in a scarf hanger will prevent this from happening.
Used in the closet and taking up no more room than any other article of clothing. The scarf hanger keeps wrinkles at bay.
Not only are they wrinkle-free but they are easy to locate when you are seeking a particular style. If you have heavier scarves that require a bit more space to place them in, then you may find purchasing more than one scarf hanger will help you keep a larger collection in order.
Wall-Mounted Coat RacksCoat racks come in many different sizes and shapes. They can be screwed into the wall or be freestanding, but the best feature of all is that they take up a minimum of space.
If you happen to live in a home with a small foyer or simply live in a space that is small all over, any style of coat rack will serve a number of purposes. These racks are decorative but they are also functional.
Not only will they hold your scarves and shawls but there is sufficient room for purses, coats and hats to be hung up as well.
But there is nothing stopping you from keeping a nice array of neckwear ready for anytime you may want it. A coat rack is definitely a great place for hanging scarves.
Over-the-Door RacksOver-the-door racks are multi-purpose options that you can use to hang a number of items, including your scarves. These work well as scarf racks if your selection of scarves is small.
If you run out of space and have enough doors to work with throughout your home, don't forget that you can purchase several door racks and disperse them around your small place in order to give additional scarves a home.
If you have any space left once you're done, these racks will also provide space for guests to hang their coats and hats when they drop by.
Scarf Tree RacksScarf tree racks are generally meant for retail stores to show off an array of scarves but they work well for the home too. These scarf racks can be a lifesaver if you have a large amount of scarves.
They allow you to easily take control of all your disorderly scarves regardless of the material they are made of.
Scarf tree racks are multi-functioning units, that can be placed anywhere in your room that you find will be an attractive addition.
So much so that if you arrange the scarves on your tree rack right, it can easily serve as a focal point in your hallway, living room or bedroom.
However, don't forge that these scarf racks are large enough to hold shawls as well as a number of other things, such as belts and possibly even ties. You will be a long time tiring of a scarf tree rack that shows off a stunning display of colors when full and leaves your guests mesmerized.
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