clothes tree


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Synonyms for clothes tree

an upright pole with pegs or hooks on which to hang clothing

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Mhairi set up her Clothes Tree business when she discovered how many bags of clothes she had in her loft.
Part of the popular Curious Girl line, the Memory Belt allows young girls to display cherished pictures, ticket stubs, coins, and mementos in the transparent pockets of an expandable belt, while the height-adjustable Cool Things Clothes Tree includes paints children can use to decorate the tree and attached stool.
The Clothes Tree will sell nearlynew designer clothes for children and babies.
Five of the incoming new products are for Curiosity Kits(R) including "cool things clothes tree, forest fairies woodland home, fairy picnic, magic tie dye string t-shirt, and air dry clay refills" and two are for the Play and Store brands namely "turtles bitty bucket and N.
From wallpaper designed by Ayme Fitzgerald to furniture, including Nick James' clothes tree, my working week gives me the chance to put the finishing touches to an event that's set to take the North East by storm.
This year it is being held at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and there will be lots of amazing things to buy or commission for your home, including wallpaper designed by Ayme Fitzgerald in bright, fun colours, furniture including Nick James' clothes tree which I love, and I've got my eye on one of Polly Westergaard's Resje Plates.
There are some lovely things on display, including hall tables and clothes trees, one incorporated into a bench.
They told me that it had been 50 years since people used clothes trees in front halls and foyers.
Exhibits will include a new ceramic tile range, with actual rat paw print impressions, from Helena Seget; furniture such as clothes trees and benches from Nick James; "new old tea sets" from Christine Misiak; a range of jewellery from Bronwen Deane; and luxury handbags from Janet Collin.