Off The Rack: Hospitality Trend

Off The Rack: Hospitality Trend

These lightweight, minimalist frames reduce the wardrobe to its bare essentials.

Jeroen van Leur_woodstock wardrobe

Designed for 'nomadic urbanites', the Woodstock is a lightweight and mobile wardrobe design by Dutch designer Jeroen van Leur. Made up of wooden poles and copper connections, the modular system simply slots together into a loop and leans up against a wall.

Vera-Kyte-Apparel wardrobe

Made in bright blue lacquered steel, the geometric Apparel wardrobe by Vera & Kyte features an open grid that acts as an elegant room divider as well as a place to neatly hang and fold your clothes.


German designer Meike Langer's Blanche clothes stand is made up of a simple copper arc and a hinged timber frame that allow it to be installed in the corner of a room.

Kate Spade Saturday _Garment rack

Launched this month, Kate Spade Saturday’s new collaboration with West Elm includes this graphic black powder-coated garment rack.



Designed for small living spaces Fifti-fifti‘s Spring wall-mounted clothes rail comprises a simple wooden rod held by two powder-coated steel wire supports that are strong enough to hold up to 20 garments.

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