Top 8 coat stands

Instead of piling up your clothes on the floor, how about a nice and functional coat stand to keep your home clean and tidy? We assembled our Top 8 coat stands for you. Hope you’ll like it. Enjoy.


Robert Bronwasser designed Twist for Cascando with a wink. The use of timbers gives the coat stand a warm appearance. It can be assembled in two different ways whereby the connecting, solid disc forms either a hat rack or a stabilising base.



This beautiful piece of furniture is made by German designer Maria Boddin. The living bowls are contrasting chaos with order and hiding with exposing. They are a combination of a soft basket that offers room for all things that would otherwise pile up in the room and a coat rack which is large enough to hang your special pieces. The furniture is designed for everyday living behaviors, that often shift from a organised position in wardrobes and shelfs to a chaos on the floor of the room.


Loop Stand

The Loop Stand Collection is a series of furniture designed by Leif Jørgensen for HAY. The collection consists of basic and usable furniture with affordable price tags. Loop Stand is a simplification of the industrial trestle and designed with three legs. It comes in three colors and is available for 153,00 EUR here.



A simple aluminium ring is holding this rack together. You can place it where it suits you best and fix it with five screws that also function as hooks. Simple and effective design by Wataru Kumano.


Lean On

Lean On is a sophisticated and stable coat stand; simply placed against the wall. It is made of stainless steel finished with a white powder-coating. We love the simple, minimalistic feel to it.



Camerino is a flat-packed valet stand that provides a convenient place to hang your belongings, keeping your house tidy and giving a home to your pocket ephemera. Camerino is available in fluoro yellow and oak. The mirrors are hand polished in copper or chrome. Help the designers to get this valuable piece into production and support them on Kickstarter.



‘Spin’ can be turned around. It is very easy to adjust the wardrobe to its different needs, so that you can hang the clothes on the three horizontal struts as you like. It is designed by German studio Taschide.



Sticks reminds us on a large-scale Mikado for coats. The visual accents of this coat stand are somehow archaic yet attractive. With its angled, intersecting wooden rods, it’s a special eye-catcher in your entrance.