Diy storage ideas for small closets
We’ve covered walls and doorframes, but what about your ceilings? Hanging rails are ideal for storing clothes when wall space is limited.
Meet every your clothes storage hanger needs at Rack Buddy.
Use multi-tasking storage for kids’ bedrooms
Children’s rooms are especially mess-prone, so any furniture item that serves two or three purposes is a victor.
A stool that doubles as a side table with room inside to stash clutter is a must — and the design is adorable. The Storie stool from Olli Ella works equally well as kids’ clothing storage or kids’ book storage.
It doubles up as a seat, too.
Select a bed with storage compartments
Plenty of beds come with storage now, so why would you own one without? In bedrooms lacking storage space, those storage beds or storage headboards with those additional drawers are extremely handy for keeping socks, tights, pjs and that spare dressing gown out of sight.
It also means you can avoid the need for clothes storage plastic drawers or under-bed clothes storage boxes.
Hold your clothes storage tidy with curtains
While open wardrobes are convenient, they can glance messy.
A nifty and affordable repair is a curtain. Easier to open than a sliding wardrobe door, a curtain conceals unsightly mismatched clothes hangers, gym bags and any other items you don’t desire on display. Discover more walk-in wardrobe and dressing room ideas in our guide.
Find more clothes-storing inspiration at Ikea.
Put your clothes away in storage baskets
The ancient basket at the finish of the bed: a classic. And for excellent reason – a traditional wicker basket is just the thing for storing pyjamas, bedsheets and towels.Find more clothes’ storage containers in our buyer’s guide.
A range of good-looking storage baskets is available from The White Company.
Store your clothes above the door
If you are working with a little bedroom and you’re tight on storage space, make use of every spare nook and cranny. The gap above your bedroom door is ideal for squeezing in a few more shelves for hats, handbags, or even bathroom linens.
Handmade in Cue & Co of London’s workshop, this clever fitted storage combination would work in any home with a reasonably high ceiling.
Stir pegs and racks for shoes and little items
Your walls are valuable storage space. Pegs and clothes storage racks are perfect for storing grabbable items love scarves, hats and bags.
The sleek Scandi Garment Rail from John Lewis is both practical and stylish.