We’ve covered a lot of hanging ideas so far for open concept closets, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take advantage of other structures or areas of your room that can create a frame for your clothing storage.
Similar to the boxed-shape open concept closet ideas, you can look around for slanted clothing racks and storage structures for an interesting geometric design that looks great when paired with minimalist design. Check out some of these quirky slanted structures below! Simply lean them against a wall and hang your clothes on them.
If you have an old ladder lying around, don’t throw it out! You might just be able to turn it into an interesting looking and functional storage piece for your open concept closet.
Whether you take two to create a new clothing rack or stand a simple ladder up against a wall, you can always find new and creative ways to display your stuff using ladders. Check out some of the different looks you can create below.
The best option here is to add twin bedside lamps and accessories that connect the nightstands which are at odds with one another. Use other features in the room such as the backdrop, windows and architectural elements to further this harmonious appeal.
Give your underbed storage a boost while powering up all of your essential electronics with these handy USB bed risers. The 4-piece platforms create 7″ of extra space for you to stash books, clothes and old pizza boxes, and the twin 110-volt, 15-amp grounded power outlets and twin USB 5-volt DC outlets are perfect for getting your iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch all charged up in time for class.
But when you’re strapped for storage space with a tiny closet or a fairly large personal collection of apparel, you have to get a bit creative. One solution is to create an extra space in a corner or along a wall to keep some of your most used items out for convenience. And no, it doesn’t have to look messy! Here are 18 design ideas for planning to create your own open concept closet space.
The less surfaces and edges there are in your bedroom, the less cleaning you’ll have to do. A minimalist bedroom design is perfect for anyone who is serious about dust and allergen prevention. These bedrooms from Home and Decor have a super clean and simple look that you can take inspiration from.