You have plenty of choices when it comes to buying hangers. You can reuse the metal ones from the dry cleaners, use plastic hangers or invest in luxurious wood. Reusing metal hangers is economical and environmentally friendly. But, you can achieve the same goals when you purchase wood hangers too. They last a lifetime and you’ll rarely have to replace them. If you’re trying to choose between plastic and wood hangers, we think wood hangers are the superior choice.
Wooden hangers are sexy? You better believe it!
Think about it. How do you define sexy? Do words like curvaceous, sleek or natural come to mind? Wood hangers are all that, and more! They are sleek, polished, natural, curvaceous, warm and flexible. They command a noble first impression just by hanging in your closet. Wood hangers spoon into each other to keep your clothes perfectly shaped, so you look fantastic—and sexy.
Wooden hangers have always been the “gold standard” for displaying clothing in quality retail stores and for individuals who want to store their clothes and keep them in excellent condition in between seasons. We design high quality wooden hangers that serve different purposes depending upon your needs. The type of clothing you want to store, the season, the weight of the piece of clothing for example, all influence which hanger is best for storing your garment.
Well-made wooden hangers will last a lifetime. They are one of those special things that people even take with them when they move from house to house. When you purchase wood hangers, you’re investing in quality accessories that are hard to throw away or leave behind when you no longer need them.
Because they rarely break, you can reuse and recycle them many ways. We’ve put together some practical and some crafty ways to reuse your wooden hangers if you need to downsize your collection.
To understand the beauty and strength of a wooden hanger, you must know the path a single log takes to become thousands of wooden hangers. There is a simple and time-worn process that we follow, from choosing the right type of wood to sanding and pairing with the perfect hook.
Your wardrobe is an investment. Like any other investment you want to make sure it is performing well for you. And since we’re talking about clothing, you’ll be able to judge how well your investment is doing in whole host of ways:
- How do the clothes make you feel?
- Are you confident in them?
- Is your outfit sending the right message, professional or otherwise?