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3 ways to style your clothes rail at home

Am I the only one to fall in love with in-store displays?  When I go shopping, I can’t help drawing inspiration from fashion stores and how they display clothes… It always look so stylish and attractive (not to mention tidy!) so here are three of my favourite looks to style your clothes rail in the corner of your home…3 ways to style your clothes rail at homeThe French Connection way which unfortunately doesn’t sell the white clothes rail they used in the background but I have a massive crush on their styling and this beautiful Safari chair. I think the whole room looks very soothing. I love the contrast of the distressed, vintage door against the plain white wall and those whitewashed floorboards are to die for…a look to bear in mind. It’s simple and very calming.

My way…which is a mix of whites, vintage and soft industrial.
I used this industrial clothes rail in our guest room where we painted the floorboards in white. 
I wished we had done the same in our bedroom but Steve slaved a whole weekend sanding the floorboards when we moved in and after that, I never got the courage to ask him if we could paint them in white.
We found the vintage metal chair when we moved into our home. It is completely rusty and is falling apart but it is looking good on photo. The Milk table lamp is from &Tradition and the Rock Flag print from here.
3 ways to style your clothes rail at home
 And Riikka‘s way…very Scandi, white and graphic.
Rikka actually did this clothes rail herself and you can find more photos here …great styling isn’t it!? I love how she mixed her favourite jackets with some key accessories (love the O letter). Before you ask, the Meow poster is no longer in production.3 ways to style your clothes rail at home
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