When I’m working with clients to unclutter their wardrobe, I always get asked “what is the best way to store my accessories?” and the response is always “somewhere visible and easy to access”. Apart from telling you not to store your scarves folded one on top of the other, because they will end up in a jumbled mess. The rest will vary greatly, depending on the size of the storage space, what type and how many accessories need to be stored.
I’ve compiled a small selection of examples below, which can easily be adapted to suit most wardrobes at a reasonable cost.
Hanging Scarf Ring
These hoops are a great way to store your scarves and belts, without taking up too much room. The ring on your left is from a specialised storage solutions store and the towel holder is from Bunnings.
Wooden Door Knobs
I love these round wooden knobs which you can purchase decorated from homewares stores, or if you’re creative and love to put your own stamp on things, plain ones can be purchased from DIY stores.
Wireframe hat rack
These wireframes are great for storing all sorts of things and can be purchased cheaply from Kmart.
Hanging Scarf Rack
This style of hanger was originally designed to store multiple pairs of trousers, which I think is great if you are travelling and they are going inside a hanging storage bag. In your wardrobe, it’s more practical to store your trousers individually on clip hangers and leave these hangers for storing scarves, belts and ties.
Fixed wall scarf rack
These towel rails can be purchased from your local hardware store, in either screw or stick on options and are great for the inside of your wardrobe door, behind a door or a blank wall in your dressing room.
These belt hangers can be purchased from speciality storage shops or your local hardware store and can be hung from the clothes rail or hook. If you have a walk-in wardrobe or dressing room with lots of wall space, these stick-on hooks are a great way to display your belts individually.
How do you store your accessories? I’d love to see a pic in the comments below or shared to #UnclutterYourUniverse.
If you’d like to book an Unclutter your wardrobe session or have your storage questions answered, you can contact me here.