There's only one thing worse than being out of shape, having out of shape clothing. Joan Crawford was right when she said, "No wire hangers ever!" We think Mrs. Crawford would be happy with our selection, which includes different styles of hangers made of a variety of materials, which will suit different people's needs depending on the clothing you are hanging.
Wood: are attractive, help maintain the shape of your garments, and are durable enough for heavier clothes.
Plastic: available in a variety of styles and colors, plastic hangers are best used for lighter, fabrics, and are also a good option for use in a child's closet for safety reasons.
Flocked: these hangers have a velvety surface that prevents clothes from sliding off the hanger and onto the floor!
Satin: Give your delicates some tender loving care. Satin hangers with padding keep your silky shirts, camisoles and other delicates in fine form.
Cedar: Natural aromatic cedar protects and refreshes by absorbing moisture and odors while maintaining garment shape.
SUIT/SHIRT HANGERS - If you find an outfit is out of shape, it could be your hanger. Wood suit or shirt hangers are best to maintain the shape of your clothing. Look for elongated hooks to support collars and contoured hangers. Hangers with ribbed bars are perfect for keeping suit pieces together and the ribbed texture keeps pants from falling on the closet floor.
SKIRT OR SLACK HANGERS - These hangers with clamps are the best way to hang your skirts and pants.
GARMENT/SUIT BAG - Remove clothing from dry cleaning bags as soon as you get home and place them in a garment or suit bag. Plastic doesn't breathe and can cause mildew to form and spotting to occur.
SWING ARM/TIERED HANGERS: These fit a few pieces of clothing on each hanger, therefore saving valuable closet space.
BLOUSE/SHIRT: These hangers are specifically designed with gently curved arms to keep your shirts and blouses from losing their shape in the shoulders.
BELT RING: Prevent your closet floor from looking like a lost and found for belts. A belt ring will keep them in easy reach.
TIE: Are your neckties all tied up? Keep them neat and easy-to-find with a tie rack. Many are revolving which makes finding your favorite tie even easier.
VALET HOOK: A valet hook is perfect to set up outside your closet. Use it to throw the dry cleaning on or to hang your outfit for the next day
When everything has its place, finding what you need in the closet is no longer a chore. With just a few simple pieces, your closet will be organized in no time and best of all it will stay that way.
MODULAR SYSTEM - Giving you the convenience of expansion as necessary, a modular system supplies extra shelving or cubby holes for you to store and neatly organize folded clothes, shoes and any other items that find their way to your closet!
SHOE RACK - If your bedroom floor looks like you walk in everyone's shoes, you need a shoe rack. Shoe racks are for the floor of your closet.
OVER-THE-DOOR SHOE ORGANIZER - The best way to get shoes off the floor is to use an over-the-door shoe organizer. This type of organizer is great for saving space and keeping shoes together and at eye-level. It also comes in handy for other organizing needs such as toys and crafts.
SWEATER ORGANIZER - It's best to fold your sweaters. Not enough room in your drawers for those bulky items of clothing? A sweater organizer can be easily hung on your closet rod keeping your favorite warm tops close to their coordinating slacks.
VACUUM SEAL STORAGE BAGS - These bags are great for comforters, blankets and out of season clothing. Not only do these bags condense your belongings which in turn save space, but they are also airtight, waterproof and reusable. Your coverings and clothing are protected from bugs, moths, dirt, mildew and odors.
BASKETS/TOTES - Keeping baskets or totes in your closet whether on the floor or on top of the shelf is a great help. Perfect for keeping all your pocketbooks contained in one place or corralling toy's in a child's closet.
JEWELRY ORGANIZER - Once you tidy up your closet, you'll find more room, which can eliminate clutter from other places in your home. To keep your dresser clear, place jewelry in a jewelry organizer and then place on a shelf in your closet. The best organizers are stackable saving even more space.
GARMENT RACK - If you have a wardrobe to rival a celebrity diva's, and are lucky enough to have a walk-in closet, you can slip in a garment rack to provide more hanging space. Keep the current season's outfits on it, and you can pull it out into your room on those indecisive mornings.
EXTRA STORAGE CLOSET - If you like to get out-of-season clothes out of the way, or run out of room in your closet, try a portable one. An extra storage closet will keep your clothing nice, tidy and dust-free. Look for breathable canvas that keeps moths out and absorb odor, and of course, with casters for mobility.