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The Best Kid’s Hat Rack

Last updated on July 1, 2022
Best Kid's Hat Rack

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 Top Pick

Perfect Curve Adjustable Hanging Kids’ Hat Rack

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Adjustable Hanging Kids' Hat Rack

With this kids' hat rack set, you'll be able to store up to 18 hats. Each of the two racks has an elastic band with end hooks that can quickly be installed on any door. When not in use, the individual hat hooks along the elastic band fold up nice and flat.

Overall Take

Large CapacityThis kids' hat rack is double stitched for added durability.

 Runner Up

Jokari Easy Install Doorway Kids’ Hat Rack


Easy Install Doorway Kids' Hat Rack

Whether your son loves baseball caps or your daughter has a collection of sunhats, this kids' hat rack will keep them neat and organized. Each set includes two racks that can hold up to eight hats each. The racks hook to any door, so they won't take up any additional space in your room.

Overall Take

Most AffordableWhen shopping on a budget, this economical kids' hat rack is the way to go.

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VAESIDA Fabric Space Saving Kids’ Hat Rack


Fabric Space Saving Kids' Hat Rack

Store up to 10 hats in this 9-by-12-by-5.8-inch hanging organizer, which is easy to use and matches many decor schemes.

Overall Take

Spacious Cap CubbyholesProtect your kids’ caps from dust and damage with this well-designed kids' hat rack.

 Strong Contender

Milliard Pine Tripod Kids’ Hat Rack


Pine Tripod Kids' Hat Rack

With eight hooks and a sturdy base, this easy-to-assemble coat tree stores outerwear, backpacks and hats.

Overall Take

Short, Sweet and NeatThis solid white pine kid’s hat rack takes up little room, and will keep your home more organized.

Buying Guide

There are countless TV shows, blogs and videos about innovative home organization and storage techniques, but sometimes basic tools like coat trees and hat racks work best.

Some of these are designed specifically for kids, and they are a great way to teach little ones about responsibility and independence. Both can declutter entryways and other rooms in your home. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on well-made coat trees and hat racks. Look for solid construction, sturdy bases and sets that are easy to put together.

Hanging hat organizers can go in closets and are great for kids (and adults) who have a good number of hats. Caps can get damaged from being tossed onto floors and into closets, and the cubbyholes in this organizer keep them safe. Hats also look aesthetically pleasing when they are displayed this way. Look for well-made attachments — Velcro is always a good choice.

What to Look For

  • Coat trees and racks come in a variety of styles, including kid-sized, freestanding and wall-mounted.
  • Look at the coat rack or coat tree’s construction — some are made from wood and/or steel. Also, see how the hooks attach; some need mounting hardware, which requires more assembly.
  • Check the measurements to make sure the piece will fit in your room or closet. Some of the hat racks on the market are narrow enough to fit two in a space like this.
  • To get kids into the habit of using these organizers, try rewarding them with a big hug, extra playtime or maybe even an ice cream cone.

More to Explore

Let’s face it: Kids can be messy and throw clothing and other things on floors, beds and elsewhere. But with some persistence, you can get them into the habit of using coat racks, coat trees and hat organizers.

You might also try using humor, too, like this joke: “What did the jacket say to the coat hanger?” “Hey, you seem cool. Do you want to hang out sometime?”

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