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11 Stylish Ways to Use an Accordion Peg Rack

Accordion racks are making a major comeback, and we're all about it. Check out the many ways the retro beauts combine form and function.

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Entryway Catchall

Try hanging an accordion rack in your entryway or mudroom to store and display everyday items. This will keep you from piling objects on the nearest counter, helping eliminate household clutter. Also a major bonus? You'll always know where you put your keys.

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Display Wall Hangings

Woven wall hangings are totally on trend right now, but they can be difficult to place. Sometimes, they're simply too small on their own, or they need an odd-sized wall. Solve this problem by hanging them on and around an accordion rack, which will help visually fill wall space. Incorporate other boho-inspired accessories to tie the look together.

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Photo: Allie Holcomb King

Store Kitchen Staples

Keep your favorite coffee mugs, tea towels and cooking utensils handy with a kitchen peg rack. Switch up the display as often as you'd like to reflect the season, holiday or your current design obsession.

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Photo: Jessica Jackson; Design By: Content + Company

Hang Towels in Style

Though classic bathroom towel racks will probably never be replaced thanks to their drying prowess, towel hooks definitely give them a run for their money. Hooks add a casual vibe to a bathroom that their stiff counterparts can't match. The accordion rack allows you to have multiple pegs with only a couple holes in the wall, which is a major win in my book.

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