Not everyone is lucky enough to have the a closet space that I do.
One thing that I have also done is attach bulletin boards to some of my shelving units with piano hinges. This actually has a double advantage in that it not only gives you extra storage, it 'helps' keep down the dust on the items on the shelves themselves. (I have always been totally amazed at how comparatively inexpensive piano hinges are, even after you buy the screws to attach them when you buy the screws in bulk - not in those incredibly expensive blister packs.)
Here are two pictures where I attached two bulletin boards across the front of a bookcase:
|Here you can see the piano hinge attaching the bulletin boards to the shelving unit.|
I Googled 'clothes rack' and found a couple household possibilities - 'garment rack' might be a better search. Once you find one, click on 'specifications' and hopefully, you'll find the weight load.
Two that I found were:
The Turbo Clothes Rack from Ikea $40.00 in Edmonton with a maximum load of 33 pounds. I weighed several of my filled bulletin boards and they weighed from 5 - 6 pounds so you could probably hang 5 - 6 filled bulletin boards from them. I think this one is great because it has a very broad, sturdy base.
WalMart has two racks but strangely enough the less expensive gets better reviews. But no weight specifications and I don't think that the base is sturdy enough to hold bulletin boards.
Hope this helps!