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How to Store Clothes Without Closet

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Modern closets are not only stylish in their appearance, but also have a good storage capacity. But what if you do not have one? In this article you will find some interesting alternatives of storing clothes and shoes without furniture.

6 Ideas to Store Clothes Without Closet

Suitcases

Suitcases for clothes storage

Suitcases for clothes storage

Temporarily after the move, you can store your clothes and shoes in suitcases. This option is good for things like season clothes or sports gear, pr just the ones you aren’t using right now. They will be securely hidden from dust and dirt in suitcases. Of course, displaying regular suitcases might ruin the look of your interior so we recommend finding retro/vintage luggage that will add charm to your home along with the needed storage space. As for the clothes you’re wearing now opt for something more spacious that doesn’t cause creasing and is more convenient for everyday use.

Cardboard or plastic boxes

Plastic boxes for clothes storage

Plastic boxes for clothes storage

Cardboard boxes do not differ much from the suitcases. The principle is the same. However, to get a box is easier as they can be found in a convenient store near you. In terms of size a traditional suitcase is inferior to a big box, which can contain more things.

Plastic storage boxes are convenient because of their transparency. But again, this option is best for storing off-season items. If you decide to store clothes or shoes in a plastic container, then do not forget to open it to aerate the clothes.

Fabric organizers and shelves

Shelves made of fabrics

Shelves made of fabrics

You can store things that are worn every day using fabric shelves. Take a look at the wonderful shelves and pockets made of different textiles, which can be hung on a wall or door. Such storage solutions can often be seen, for example, in the IKEA catalog. Textile shelves can be installed inside the cabinet, and just in the room. Their great advantage is that they can easily fold when necessary and do not occupy much space.

Mobile hangers

Mobile hanger for clothes

Mobile hanger for clothes

The so-called clothes rack is an ideal option for storing things that should always be at hand or prevent them from creasing. Even if you need to equip a small room, a mobile hanger will always be useful.

Unconventional cornice

Hanging branch clothes rack

Hanging branch clothes rack

We borrowed this idea from one apartment in New York. The mistress of this small apartment set cornice at her height, along one of the walls. She replaced curtains with a hanger with everyday clothes. This version of clothes storage is original and very convenient.

Dressing room

Dressing room

Dressing room

The last and, frankly, the ideal option is a dressing room. If all previous versions were designed for temporary storage, this one allows you not to buy wardrobes and drawer units at all. If you have an extra area or niche, then the problem’s solved. To fit a dressing room is usually not more expensive than buying a wardrobe. At the same time you will be able to organize internal filling of the dressing room on your own.

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