Clothing Rack Assembled!

Whew! It’s done. Actually the assembly of this clothing rack didn’t take too long. Somewhere around an hour and a half. Which is quite good compared to the time I’ve spent assembling many other pieces of furniture.

I bought this clothing rack from Wayfair, not sponsored. I’m mostly pleased with it so far and think it looks great. I did notice a piece of wood splitting a tiny bit after vigorously tightening one of the screws. It’s not noticeable and hopefully this will last for a while.

Below are pictures showing how the rack was packaged and then all the pieces that were in the box. The instructions show pictures only, no text giving directions, but are pretty easy to follow.

There were a few pieces left over. There is a white curtain that goes in the back. I didn’t notice it when I first looked at the picture online and ordered it, but now that I look again, I see it. I don’t like the way that it looks, so I didn’t use it.

Another plus, shipping was free and I received delivery earlier than expected.

Lately, I’ve been re-examining how I’m storing things and figuring out what works and what does not. I’ve realized that I need much more closet space. I decided that my long sweaters and other accessories could be stored better. Using this clothing rack, I can see all my scarves and bags easily. And I can figure out what needs replacing or gaps in my wardrobe that I can add to.

This will definitely go through some changes over time, but it’s a start. For now, I just wanted to finish it, so that I could blog it. I haven’t eaten dinner yet and I’m starved, so that’s it for today!