Thursday, November 19, 2009

The Vintage Style Wooden Clothes Drying Rack is Back


Many of you have asked, so I thought I'd let you know, our Vintage Style Wooden Clothes Drying Rack is back in stock. Now you can still save dryer time, and air dry your clothes even though the winter months are upon us.

Once manufactured by the American Wringers Co., this reproduction Horse-shoe Brand Empire Clothes Dryer offers 10 racks for drying, and it can be closed, to save space, when not in use (shown bottom right). The system is easy, you simply push the vintage-style hardware up from the bottom until the racks fall into place and pull down to tuck the racks away.

13 comments:

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

I just love these old drying racks..I dry my fresh pasta on mine...works great!

More later,
Kary

farmhouse wares said...

Drying pasta! That's brilliant. Thanks for the tip.

Beach Vintage said...

What a great idea. Have yet to see one in Australia.

farmlady said...

I love this. A friend of mine has one in her bathroom and she keeps hand towels on it but there is also room for drying socks and underwear too.
Charming..

melanie lace said...

Love this! I want it for my hallway. It's on my christmas wish list..

Karen said...

This is amazing -- I love it!

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nice~....................................................................................................

Chrissy said...

That is soooo cool,never seen anything quite like it!!! All the best,Chrissy

prashant said...

This is amazing -- I love it!

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Mary Q Contrarie said...

my grandmother had a round clothes drying rack that used to sit on her floor. I have found a brand new remake of it. I am hoping that my grandkids will have warm memories of helping me hang and take down the laundry as I had with my grandmother. I think it is awesome that we are bringing back these tools that work with out extra energy.

Julie said...

I love this! I have an embarrassing amount of dish towels, which are currently folded and stacked on top of a bread box. This is much more aesthetically pleasing :)

Paul Kastner said...

Can I stil get one of these?

farmhouse wares said...

Paul, Unfortunately they are no longer available.