Nothing is better for delicate clothes than air drying (even the most advanced dryers can damage fabrics). Here are our 10 favorite clothes drying racks (some with designs dating to Victorian times).
Above: The Amish Clothes Drying Rack from Rejuvenation is made of alder with hardwood dowels; $119.99.
Above: DeVOL’s Laundry Maid is made of ash slats with aluminum bolts on a jute pulley system; £265 ($343) at DeVOL.
Above: Nutscene’s Wooden Clothes Airer is a spruce wood drying rack with a zigzag design inspired by Victorian clothes dryers; £30 ($38 USD).
Above: The Chilton Ceiling Dryer is made of beechwood with stainless steel ceiling fittings and is designed for tight spaces; £75 ($97) at Garden Trading.
Above: Skagerak’s Dryp Clothes Drying Rack in oak and braided cord is $286 from Amara.
Above: From Danish design company Nomess, the 360-Degree foldable garment rack in solid ash is available to order through Nomess.
Above: The Wooden Clothes Horse in Beech is £40 ($52) at Garden Trading.
Above: Another rack from DeVol: The Clothes Horse in cedar wood is £140 ($181 USD).
Above: The X-Clothes Dryer in beech is $49 at Amara.
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