Due to lack of closets in some small or old apartments, there’s always a huge problem when looking for ways to stores clothes. If you find yourself in such a situation, you have to think creatively about alternative ways of coming up with a hanging storage for your clothes or those of other family members. However, don’t be tempted to only think about the storage problem but also about the décor of your space. You don’t want to come up with storage solutions that will work against the organization and appearance of your rooms. To help you in the journey, here are some creative hanging storage solutions for clothes that you can consider.
1. Look for a detached wardrobe rack
For those of us who love the traditional closets in storing clothes by hanging, there’s the option of mimicking the closets; the clothes rack. These racks are available for purchase at considerably cheap prices. When you opt for the detached clothes rack, take care of the size, whether it’s small or large. If it’s small, strategically think about how you’ll get the most space out of it when you fill it with clothes.
2. Hang the accessories
Most people often forget about accessories which include jewellery and scarves likely because they are not always stored in plain sight. It’s easy to tuck them away into places that you won’t be able to reach them easily the next time you’d like to use them. For these items, why not use command hooks, thin nails or wall organizers to hang them? Alternatively, you can have the scarves and tights tied in knots around the hangers and then placed on the display. These hangers will also fit perfectly well on the detached wardrobe rack.
3. Install a picture ledge
Without a lot of floor storage space, the picture ledge can come in handy when you want to open up opportunities for the storage of your clothes. On an open wall, install one and on its underside attach a clothes rail. In this way, you’ll then be able to hang hooks for bags, jackets and clothes. Cup hooks may also be screwed in at the bottom for hanging lighter items such as necklaces and tank tops. For holding handbags, sunglasses and shoes, you can use the top of the ledge.
4. Hang a clothes rod from the ceiling
In thinking “upwards”, you can come up with your makeshift closet by hanging a clothes rod from the ceiling. On the ceiling, strong hooks are installed. A rope is then attached to dangle below both of them. You should tie the rope tightly along a rod to provide a space for hanging items that are prone to wrinkling. With a tall enough space and strong ropes, another rod can be added below the first one to get a double hanging space.
5. Try DIY Tiered Hangers
To maximize the use of your space, you can use a lightweight piece of chain for staggering hanging clothes in tall closets. To do this, loop the first chain link over the first hanger. The subsequent hangers are then made to hang on the subsequent hangers all the way on the subsequent links.
With these 5 solutions, you can effectively and efficiently make use of that small space and find great hanging storages for your clothes.