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Clothes Rails & Garment Rails

At Displaysense, we understand how difficult it can be to find a reliable solution to organise and display your clothing. That’s why we offer an extensive range of Clothes Rails that will give your retail space an instant touch of style and elegance, without compromising on quality. Whether it’s to showcase your product within a clothing outlet or if you are short on wardrobe space at home, all of our clothing rails are manufactured from the highest grade of materials, giving them unrivalled strength and ensuring a long life for your rail.

With a host of accessories and components available you can customise your clothing rail to suit your requirements, from extension bars to give your clothing rail additional height or top and bottom shelves to create an all in one storage solution. Head to our coat hangers page for more garment accessories.

What are the benefits of our Rails?

  • Easy to assemble with a push-pin system – no tools required
  • UK Patented click-lock design on our 5ft & 6ft rails in black or white
  • High load capacity heavy duty options
  • Lightweight and easy to manoeuvre
  • Create a bespoke rail to suit your needs with add on components such as extension bars
  • Compatible accessories available including rail covers

Choosing the right Clothes Rail

When you are choosing your garment rails, it is important that you consider how they will fit into the store and remember to leave plenty of space for customers to move around. You don't want your customers and staff to navigate an assault course - try and maintain an ordered, clean and logical layout that suits the general flow of your product ranges and makes it as easy as possible for a customer to find a specific item.

For narrower, smaller shop layouts you may find that wall mounted rails are the best, although you should take care to ensure you do not place the garments out of reach of customers. Consider putting smaller sized items lower and larger items higher.

A larger store can accommodate freestanding clothes rails, such as our range of spiral rails that allow you to utilise your space effectively. You can also position such clothes racks displays in a prominent position - maybe by the door of your shop - to draw attention to particular garments or new collections.

There are also multi-arm clothes rails, which are perfect in a large space as you can show off items of clothing on four sides. These have proved a popular choice for large scale stores and are a common sight on the high-street.

A portable or mobile clothes rail is a useful addition to any store. Temporary displays during sales periods and your shop changing rooms will always benefit from the portability and manoeuvrability that these rails provide, our heavy duty rails are ideal for this purpose.

The Finishing Touches for Your Clothes Racks:

Once you have your shop fittings set up, including your clothes rails and your coat hangers, it is time to add the garments and make any final adjustment to your shop displays. To ensure your clothing on each garment rail is kept in pristine condition, Displaysense advises fashion retailers to invest in a clothes steamer.

Steamers will not only will make sure your garments are wrinkle and crease free but also fresh and clean without you ever having to take the clothing off the garment rails. It saves time and ensures that the products themselves match the high quality of the displays they are being used on.

Encouraging staff to take the time each evening to steam clothes and check the stock on your clothes racks means they'll be able to spot any damaged items that may need attention.