rack ’em up.
by victoria comment


wooden rack with cleaning tools and market basket. / sfgirlbybay

i am constantly looking for more storage options and one that’s really worked for me is going vertical, so to speak — move your storage up. when there’s no more room in cabinets, closets or storage furniture it might be time to consider purging, but there’s also an alternative if you simply must keep your stuff! especially the belongings you need at the ready — coats, shopping bags, umbrellas etc. and this storage option is so inexpensive but also easy to make look stylish and attractive — the traditional, simple shaker peg rack is still one of the best looking hook systems out there. you can leave the rack unfinished natural wood, paint it white or black or any other color your heart desires. there are lots of variations on the traditional shaker pegs of course: a rustic wood rack with hooks, a modern black version and this one with white hooks are great looking, too and for a much more contemporary look i love the muuto, or dot hooks, too. i like the idea of hanging pretty shopping baskets or mesh totes from the racks to stash items you need at the ready, too. easy to rack up that stuff, right?

vintage wood racks with long hooks. / sfgirlbybaymesh shopping tote with lavender and bread. / sfgirlbybaysimple shaker wood rack. / sfgirlbybayblack polkadot wall hooks. / sfgirlbybayvintage kitchen tools hung on wood pegs. / sfgirlbybaypink polkadot wood wall hooks. / sfgirlbybaymesh shopping tote and black wall hooks for storage. / sfgirlbybaysimple black wall rack with hooks. / sfgirlbybaypastel polka dot wall hooks. / sfgirlbybaypink door in white entryway with wall storage rack. / sfgirlbybaywood polka dot wall storage hooks. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: @mamawatters; luisa brimble photography; parisian cotton net bag from mur lifestyle ; peg rail from mur lifestyle ; interior junkie; that kind of woman; residence magazine; Natural Filt Large Net Bag from the line; vtwonen; fantastic frank; nordic design; over the ocean.

3 responses to “rack ’em up.”

  1. Oh, this is such a lovely post. The simplest way to keep things at the ready, and they look beautiful too. Thank you.

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