If you’re living in a cramped bedroom that has a small closet (or without a closet…yikes!) the lack of storage space is an ongoing and frustrating issue. Particularly when you own an ever-growing collection of bags which exacerbates the issue.
If throwing out one or two bags is impossible If you’re not sure, you should get creative with the storage of your bags. Really imaginative! There are tons of ideas that you can try. Look them up!
bins holding handbags
Cubbies are great for storing different sizes of handbags , if you have space. If you do not have the space for cubbiesthen placing bags in plastic bins that you put into the closet or under the bed could be a good option to keep them secure and well-organized. The greatest thing of cubbies and bins is there are a lot of options available. Therefore, finding one that is the correct size and style is virtually 100% guaranteed.
hooks holding handbags
Hooks can be a convenient option to store bags, depending on your layout permits it. Hooks can be hung to the doors of your home, the interior of the door to the closet being the ideal location. Hooks can also be hung in an order in the ceiling to make your bags easily visible and within reach. Make sure you hang your bags in a neat manner when they’re not in front of the closed doors. Don’t hang them in places that you’re likely to bump into them.
handbags hung on the exterior of a door
There are a variety of items that allow you to put bags up vertically. For example an organizer such as one for purses will keep multiple bags in order. Also, you can place bags vertically on the door using racks. This is an excellent way to store bags and bags.
Magazine holders that can be used to store bags
Holders made for other things could be used for handbags too. For instance, bags that are slim which don’t have a lot of bulk can fit into magazines holders. Other kinds of organizers that hold bags include file folders as well as Hat boxes. Of course, you can store smaller bags within larger ones to ensure they are safe and all in one location.
shelf dividers holding handbags
Similar to magazine holders, shelf dividers are also able to keep handbags upright and well-organized. They’re an excellent choice for those who have plenty of shelves within a closet. Shelf dividers are an ideal method to view your entire bag collection in one place and even the smaller bags that would otherwise be placed in storage containers.
using rings for shower curtains to hang bags
Shower curtain rings can be a cheap and easy storage solution for bags. Attach them to your rod for hanging closets and hang your straps of your bag from the rods. Hanging bags on their handles generally forces them to an upside-down position, which means you’ll be able arrange their narrowest parts to make space. This method isn’t recommended for large bags because it could put too much stress on the straps, and make them wear out.
using high shelves to store handbags storage
If you’re currently keeping folded clothes on the top shelf in your closet think about swapping it out for bags instead. It’s not easy to look through an accumulation of clothes on a tall shelf and get what you want without causing chaos to the entire stack. It’s much simpler to make a list of your handbags on the shelves and reach what you need , without having to pull the rest of the items down. It’s always possible to keep clothes in drawers, or in an under-the-bed storage container.
wall shelf for handbags that houses bags
Some bags are just too beautiful to hide in the closet. Instead, you can display them on a wall. You can put up a single floating shelf or a set of shelves to store your most-loved bags and allow the user quick access to them. It can be used as a storage option and a decor element in the room. There are numerous wall shelves sizes and styles to meet your storage requirements and complement your decor.
bookcase holding handbags
If you’re not keen to put up shelves on your walls it is possible to put your handbags in bookshelf. This is an ideal option if there’s no shelves built into your closet to store your bags, and there are numerous sizes of bookcases to meet your requirements. To ensure that your bags are standing straight, you can make use of shelves with separators. It is also possible to pack them in tissue paper to provide support.