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White Contemporary Solid Wood Coat Rack
This contemporary coat rack is made of solid wood for both style and durability. The white finish looks great in any location.
ITEM#: 14332426This contemporary coat rack is made of solid wood for both style and durability. The white finish looks great in any location.
- Materials: Solid wood
- Finish: White
- Dimensions: 70 inches high x 16 inches wide x 16 inches deep
|Accent Type||Coat Racks|
|Dimensions||69.25 inches high x 15.5 inches wide x 15.5 inches deep|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Model Number||I 2002|
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Wanted a simple, clean, white coat rack for a beach house. This fits the bill perfectly. Easy to assemble, sturdy, and well-balanced.Read More
Does not hold up. I had to wood glue the most sturdy place because the screws were stripped and did not hold .Read More
overall reasonably sturdy and good looking for the priceRead More
We joke that my husband made this in 7th grade shop class. You must put more than one item on this or it will tip over. It isn't sturdy and I would have not purchased if I had seen it.Read More
This Coat Rack is exactly what I was looking for. It is high quality wood, sturdy and well made. The white paint is a matte finish and classy. It's a nice height, so it can be used with long coats. The six well-spaced pegs are sturdy and will hold the weight of heavier coats. The parts screw together easily, the hardware is hidden and well designed. The feet provide excellent style and balance. I couldn't ask for a higher-quality and stylish coat rack!Read More
I spent hours scouring the internet trying to find a contemporary coat rack for my house that was affordable ($100 or less). Let me tell you, there aren't many out there at all. This is a fantastic design, especially considering the price. Remember that when you have coats on this, most of it will be covered, and with only the top and a couple of the arms poking out, it still looks great. Also, two great features of this are the lower 'hooks' (?), which I hang my handbag on (you could also hang an umbrella, groceries bag, etc), and the three prong base, as it doesn't take up much floor space (two legs can back up against a wall, then only one leg is out). I wouldn't hang 25 coats on this or let kids swing around on it, because it is made of wood and has the three prong base (slightly more tipsy), but with a handful of normal weight coats on it, sitting in a corner, it is just fine. Paint job and construction looked great on mine. Box was small so don't be concerned that you'll get a giant box delivered. Would look great in anything from a contemporary home/apartment, kids room, bathroom, anywhere.Read More
We looked every where for a contemporary coat rack. All the other coat racks were traditional and that is not our style. We ordered the coat rack on a Wednesday and it arrived on Friday. So fast. The value is incredible and the coat rack is really thick and sturdy. We recommend this coat rack highly.Read More
Yes, there are some unpainted areas here and there on one piece but it's a coat rack, so it's covered with coats. It's real wood, not any of that pressed, stranded, composite stuff here. And did I mention that it holds coats exceptionally well? Well...exceptionally well as long as you follow the rules of balance and remember that gravity is a real thing. Don't put all the coats on one side of the rack, or it will fall over. (I feel like I'm putting a warning on Micky D's coffee cups now. Oops.) Anyhow, buy it, you'll be happy. And you'll be happier that you saved enough to buy a nice accent mirror for the room, too!Read More
This was exactly what I was looking for. It is sturdy and well constructed. It came in white but I painted it to fit the need I had and it looks great.Read More
Great coat rack. Really thick around the it's super sturdy. It is so much nicer than the old flimsy coat racks they make. It's a real bargain especially when it arrived in 2 days.Read More
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Was looking for a simple but contemporary white coat rack and of all the racks I've looked at, this one fills the bill nicely.
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