Stumbled on this picture over the weekend. It’s kind of frail in its current iteration, but doing the same thing with a motorcycle – especially and old Indian or BSA that won’t run anymore would be awesome.
There are plenty of tried-and-true methods for storing your ties. Some men roll them up and have specific drawers, others keep them on a hanger in their closet, and many will use a rack attached to an armoire. Until now, I’ve never really thought of having them displayed somewhere prominently in my home, but I think it’s a workable idea.
Obviously this picture is from a men’s store and the whole purpose of these stores is to display the goods. However, I still like the idea this shot conveys of having a place for your ties that’s out in the open.
I’ve had my eye on something like this for years. Someday soon.
Manly Vintage has a bunch of great mid-century furniture finds that have a masculine feel to them. They’re pricey because they’re the real deal, but they’re great for getting ideas.
This is a display for a store so there’s a bit more justification for all the crap on the coffee table. If you got rid of all that, this would be a pretty sweet set up for a man’s lounge or his living room.