Luggage Racks

Luggage rack refers to a series of folding X-leg stands that are used to support a suitcase or other luggage. A sturdy wood frame, stabilizing X-leg design, and straps that connect the two sides forming the top support area, accommodate the folding design.

Styles

Folding Luggage Rack: Folding luggage racks have solid wood frames with X-style leg assembly that open and close for space-saving storage and fast use. The top connects with a series of tapestry or polypropylene straps that support luggage suitcases for packing and unpacking.

Curved Leg Luggage Rack: Curved leg luggage rack describes luggage racks made with classic X-style leg design but enhanced for stability with outward-facing curves added to the lower portions of the legs for a wider base when open.

Oak Luggage Rack: Oak luggage rack refers to a folding luggage rack composed of a solid oak wood frame, designed with X-style leg assembly and fabric straps that create the top luggage support surface.

Straight Leg Luggage Rack: Straight leg luggage rack refers to luggage racks made with classic-style X-leg design, featuring straight wood legs that cross to form the X-shape, with angled feet for stability.

WallSaver Luggage Rack: WallSaver luggage rack indicates the solid wood luggage rack frame has an extension along the back that supports the suitcase or luggage. The extended bar is straight; reducing pointed or angled components that could tip and mar walls.

Wave Leg Luggage Rack: Wave leg luggage rack indicates the folding wood luggage rack frame has shaped legs resembling a subtle wave pattern, crossed on the ends of the frame to form an X-style assembly. The wave legs curve in such a way that the base is made wider and more stable than traditional straight-leg frames.

Components

Black Polypropylene Straps: Black polypropylene straps are an option available for most luggage racks, offered as an alternative to the classic cloth tapestry support straps. The polypropylene is easy to clean and maintain and provides a simple, classic look that complements the wood frames.

Support Straps: Support straps are a series of tapestry or polypropylene bands that connect the front and back sides of the X-frame luggage racks, providing support when the frame is open and in use.

Tapestry Straps: Tapestry straps are cloth tapestry-style straps used as supportive elements on the frames of most luggage racks. The tapestry straps connect to two halves of the folding luggage racks, providing support and stability when the frame is open and in use.

Construction

Heavy-Duty Wood Finish: Heavy-duty wood finish refers to the rich, wood stain colors applied to the solid oak wood luggage rack frames. The finish is protected from wear for a lasting appearance that endures regular use.

Solid Oak Wood Construction: Solid oak wood construction describes most luggage rack options, constructed using solid oak wood components and finished in a choice of rich wood stain colors.

Features

Folds Flat: Folds flat refers to the luggage racks, which collapse to a relatively flat, compact size for easy storage when not in use.

Curved Leg Luggage Rack
Curved Leg Luggage Rack

Straight Leg Luggage Rack
Straight Leg Luggage Rack

WallSaver Luggage Rack
WallSaver Luggage Rack

Wave Leg Luggage Rack
Wave Leg Luggage Rack