Two-toned and sleek, this slim organizer is sculptural enough to stand on its own. Drape coats on the longer pegs and hang caps and scarves from the shorter ones.To buy: $100, cb2.com.Featured March 2013
The curves of this handsome valet would pair nicely with the squared edges of an entryway console table. Available in three stain options to suit your space.To buy: $139, homedecorators.com.
A statement piece that in no way tries to blend in. A touch of walnut at the top and five color options for its sturdy steel base create the perfect blend of natural and industrial elements.To buy: $300, bludot.com.
Sturdy matte-black metal bars hold on tightly to your coats and hats while its base is perfect for corralling soggy umbrellas.To buy: $66, wayfair.com for info.
A timeless design takes a modern turn with this lively yellow paint job. And with twelve hooks, there is no shortage on hanging space.
To buy: $100, cb2.com.
Cast iron molds to look like a tree—the roots and all—to create a whimsical visual element that is still practical.To buy: $99, grandinroad.com.
Quite a steal for such a serviceable piece. High and low hooks make it manageable for everyone in the family to hang their belongings.To buy: $30, ikea.com.
If you think a coat rack is merely a space invader, then this piece is perfect for when Mother Nature strikes. The tripod base and hanging bar fold down for storage when not supporting heavy overcoats, hats, and scarves.To buy: $295, restorationhardware.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail