Ceiling Mounted Drying Rack


A drying rack that suspends from the ceiling through a pulley system. Easily lower the rack to put clothes on it and raise it up to save space when done. With removable tubes, it can hold an entire load of laundry and fit into nearly any space.

Product Details:
  • Dimensions: 61 x 14.5 x 4 inches (full size) or 41 x 14.5 x 4 inches (shortened)
  • Wood version is not adjustable
  • Equivalent to 22 linear feet of hanging space when in full size
  • Supports 25 pounds / 11 kg of wet laundry (one full load)
  • Materials: corrosion resistant aluminum; Blue Pine and Hemlock Fir
  • Installation manual included

Product available in the U.S. only

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4 reviews for Ceiling Mounted Drying Rack

  1. ippinka

    “The drying rack is great. It’s lightweight, looks good, and doesn’t take up floor space or need to be folded away somewhere when not in use. It really does provide a large amount of space for drying clothes. The only issue I ran into was assembly/installation. It’s probably a two-person job if you aren’t very handy. I did watch the video, the instructions are clear and easy to follow, and it took maybe twenty minutes to hang up.” – Amy L., November 4, 2012

  2. ippinka

    “I love this product. It’s practical and solves an issue I had — tight quarters in my laundry room. I have a modern theme going in my house and I found this item to be a perfect addition. Who would have thought that a drying rack could be “cool”!

    I had the same assembly difficulty as everyone else, but it’s not a big deal, and it’s a one-time thing. Once assembled it’s very sturdy and now I can appreciate how tight the connections were.” – Matt, February 12, 2013

  3. ippinka

    “A little hard to put together but installation wasn’t difficult. I use it all the time for my clothes that aren’t dryer friendly. Its sleek looking but best of all, its out of the way in my laundry room!!! Highly recommend this product.” – Sholome J., January 23, 2013

  4. JoAnn (verified owner)

    I had a really tough time with assembly & installation. I understand that the rods are meant to be tight, and are therefore difficult to join. But I found that I had to pile up newspapers on the floor and essentially hammer the rods together. Also, the single pulley is very flimsy and difficult to screw into the ceiling joist. As one reviewer pointed out, this is a one-time issue. But the problem could be easily solved with better engineering design.

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