Sometimes you are not really motivated to redo the entire wardrobe. If you don't have much time or money to put in a closet remodel, consider using today's top-line hangers to help you create a space you haven't had before.
It used to be that there were only wire hangers, coat hangers or pant hangers. Now there are all different types, each can help meet a specific need.
When combined, your closet can look so huge that if you hadn't seen it with your own eyes, you wouldn't believe it. You can also look for skirt hangers for hotels via Hospitality-Style.
If you like the small amount of space that wire hangers take, but hate how they bend, hitch and entangled together, then you might like the new metal hangers. It's very powerful and has a sharp or pointed end to rip and ruin your clothes.
They are so strong that they do not tangle easily or overlap in the bar. You can get chrome or brushed nickel finish to give your closet looks slim. But, using a metal hanger alone will not make a lot of space in your closet.
Stay slim and create a space with a sleek hanger. The hanger has finished velvet which makes clothes from slipping off.
They are almost as thin metal hangers, but they have high sides and base for hanging shirts and pants. The curved right shoulder so that they do not cause a dress blouse, jacket or coat to get disabled in the closet.