THE CLOTHES RAIL & OPEN STORAGE IDEAS

MINIMAL CLOTHES RAIL INSPIRATION

Today I wanted to share some inspiration for those of us who love clothes, shoes and accessories but don’t have the sort of palatial space to create a walk-in closet. Meet the clothes rail – one of the biggest interior trends on Pinterest for 2017.

This is such a great idea for those looking to add a little Scandi minimalist flair into their home – there’s nothing more minimal than a capsule wardrobe is there. But why hide away your beautiful purchases when they could be hung on copper coat hangers a la Kate La Vie below?

Whether you’re renting or don’t have space for a fully fledge wardrobe, the clothes rail really can look great if styled properly. We’re not talking a flimsy Argos floppy rail which collapses under the weight on a white tee. Urban OutfittersNot On The High Street and La Radoute have gorgeous sturdy options, but if you fancy giving a little DIY ago, check out the gorgeous Emily of Cupcakes and Cashmere’s blog post here.

And what better way to help you cut down your spending than having only a rail to showcase your best pieces?

MINIMAL CLOTHES RAIL INSPIRATION

MINIMAL CLOTHES RAIL INSPIRATION

MINIMAL CLOTHES RAIL INSPIRATION

MINIMAL CLOTHES RAIL INSPIRATION

MINIMAL CLOTHES RAIL INSPIRATION

MINIMAL CLOTHES RAIL INSPIRATION

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About the author

Victoria is the editor and founder of award-winning interior design blog Apartment Number 4. When she’s not scouring Pinterest for the latest in home decor inspiration, she’s out shopping trying to recreate the looks herself.

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