Hello lovelies! I’m often receiving mails asking for clothing rail supplier advice and just last week a friend asked me where to find a sturdy one for all her Afrika Burn gear. And while i will not be going to AB anytime soon, i can certainly help with rail advice. While clothing rails are really utilitarian and super useful, that certainly doesn’t mean they can’t be styled nicely. I love them in an entrance hall for coats and in a spare room – and if i was a single gal living in a lofty, sun splashed apartment and flitting to parties three nights a week, i could see myself having one too! All the better for showing off pretty dresses, don’t you agree? The trick really is to make sure you’ve styled it nicely otherwise it can look like you’re living in a clothing shop! Take a look at these…
Pure and simple…so lovely. For similar ones to this – look at what Simply Home has, they’re less than R1000
A rail for a little person is so cute – i’d love one for Charley for her dress up stuff. Again, Simply Home has them. Click here to see.
If yours is a minimalist, monochromatic wardrobe, an equally minimalist rail in white will go down a treat
This custom made piece is functional and fabulous looking
Love this pared down look
For cream, black or white clothing rails, visit Mono – they have them
Shew, i really do like the look of a rail in copper