A Coat Rack
is the most important piece of furniture in the hallway or entryway. Even in mild climates, a proper place to hang your coat and hat is essential. There are many different types of coat racks, including everything from wall mounted hooks and racks
to full size Hall Benches
. The size you choose depends, first and foremost, on how much room you have. If you have a small entryway or mudroom, a freestanding Coat Rack or Coat Tree is the way to go. These come in so many different styles, that you are sure to find the one that best suits your needs for style and function. Check out our great selection, and tips below on how to buy and how to use.
For a very elegant and traditional look, a wooden coat tree is a great choice. Hardwoods with finishes ranging from Merlot and Espresso to Heirloom and Oak give you a wide variety of choices to either match or enhance your decor. An oak coat rack with a built in umbrella stand comes in handy in wet climates, so you won’t be tempted to track mud and water into the house, and your umbrella will always be ready for a rainy day. Dark cherry wood coat trees are very elegant, and have an antique quality to them that is unmatched. For a modern twist, we have wooden racks with more clean lines.
For an instant splash of modern and contemporary style, choose a metal coat rack. We have simple black coat racks with bent arms and wooden knobs and more. A wrought iron coat tree is both elegant and modern, giving an updated look to an antique idea. For the ultimate in contemporary decor, we have stainless steel coat racks, perfect for the modern home.
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