I get a lot of complaints from newer readers about the frustration they experience dealing with a subpar tie rack. Issues such as capacity and durability are the top two complaints, but there are many other ways in which your tie rack can do you wrong. Using a effective closet tie rack can actually make you enjoy wearing ties! (Hard to believe, I know).
I think one way in which tie rack manufacturers go wrong is that they over think things. Instead of a simple, sturdy and spacious tie rack, they go for all of these “bells and whistles” that end up malfunctioning or actually impeding on the tie storage. Instead of getting a fancy rotating tie rack, or a light up tie rack, or some strange tie rack that mounts to your closet rod, just go with a good old fashioned, classic closet tie rack.
The best thing about the simple closet tie rack is that they are usually quite inexpensive! Instead of blowing twice as much on an ineffective tie rack with a bunch of new-fangled technology, just go with the tried and true storage accessory.
The perfect closet tie rack is one that can be mounted to a wall, offers secure and ample storage, and of course has an attractive appearance. One great thing about wall-mounted tie racks is that you don’t really need to worry about finding a stud to mount the rack to. Unless you plan on hanging heavy items like a backpack from the tie rack, you can probably just mount it directly into the dry wall.
The best example of a wall mounted closet tie rack is the Cedar Tie Rack by Woodlore. This tie rack is great because it has an appealing design that looks great in a wide variety of settings, an easy-to-install quality and it provides storage for up to 42 items, whether they are ties, belts or other accessories.