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.
Deciding what to wear to class can be a challenge, but IKEA’s Knapper floor mirror helps reflect the best version of yourself by also letting you plan your outfit for the next day. A sturdy bar acts as a valet for your tops and bottoms, and hooks allow you to map out accessory choices to complete the ensemble.
If you live in an apartment or a “cozy” home, then you know just how much of a hassle it can be to try and position your furniture (or even fit all your furniture) in a way that looks good and is relatively functional.
Many of the fabulous bed frames from the 2015 catalog go a step further and allow you to customize the headboard as well. In fact, those looking for a plush headboard with additional storage can bring home the lovely without splurging on a brand new bed frame.
And when you don’t have a room to call your home office, figuring out where to put a desk can be a serious challenge. The den? The bedroom? Where else? Well, if you’re willing to sacrifice some storage space, then the closet could be your solution. These maximize space in small rooms and actually look really great!
Be it sorting out and arranging a truckload of clothes and shoes or displaying your small collection with panache, the wide range of cabinets, chests with drawers, and open units with clothes storage systems and hangers get it all done. Standalone dressing tables and wall-mounted shelves make it even more convenient to expand your bedroom storage without much fuss.
When it comes to designing and decorating a bedroom, most people don’t typically think of leaving all their clothes, shoes, and other accessories out in the open. After all, that’s what closets and dressers are for!
Clothing racks are fine, but if they’re not quite your thing, you could try using a simple freestanding rack or pole attached to the ceiling with two pieces of wire to create a similar effect. In fact, this might complement minimalist design even better. It’s simple, functional, and pleasing to the eye!