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Helpful Tips...Small Space Solution: 10 Easy & Affordable Garment Racks to Buy or DIY - There's no reason to let limited closet space cramp your style. With a garment rack you can turn your wardrobe into a display and free up precious closet space for more important things … like shoes. Check out this roundup of garment racks — 7 to buy and 3 to DIY — and bring your style out of the closet.

DIY garment rack. We have similar ones screwed into the wall in the store and LOVE them!

Industrial Garment Rack with Hooks 54"L x 11.5"W x 54"H. $300.00, via Etsy.

1: 1/2″ Steel conduit pipe. (if you buy it from a hardware store like Ace or Do it Best, they will cut them down to the size you’d like and also thread them for you) 2: Flat black spray paint 3. 2 floor flanges 4. 2 elbow joints 5. 24 wood screws 6. 4 casters (only 2 shown) 7. wood base (I used an old armoire drawer front but most any wood would work. Mine was approx. 42″ x 14″)

DIY ladder clothing rack Perfect for clothes that are "in use" during the week, and most frequently used shoes. I'd had some pegs/hooks/door knobs on the sides for stuff that doesn't need a hanger.

There's no reason to let limited closet space cramp your style. With a garment rack you can turn your wardrobe into a display and free up precious closet space for more important things … like shoes. Check out this roundup of garment racks — 7 to buy and 3 to DIY — and bring your style out of the closet.

DIY Clothes Rack >> I would def put in another rack at the bottom and a bar across the top to get more jackets in

DIY: Industrial pipe garment rack

DIY Industrial Pipe Clothing Rack - seriously need in my bedroom since my closet isn't big enough

Limited closet space? Here's a diy industrial looking clothing rack. Useful and looks awesome!