Finding the perfect apartment can be daunting, yet you seem to have accomplished the task! This new apartment checks nearly all of the boxes on your must-have features list. Whether they are over-sized windows which flood the space with natural light, or original details which showcase its history without looking outdated. It has hardwood flooring and it has a dishwasher. It’s fresh, it’s simple, and it’s exactly what you need.
Except, it doesn’t have a closet.
Storing your clothing without a closet though doesn’t have to be an eyesore. Simply think about it in terms of as a chance to turn a negative into a positive, and you can do that by turning your clothing into a part of your home’s decor.
Here are 3 Ways to Create a Closet When You Don’t Have One in Your Bedroom
Gone are the days of conventional dressers and wardrobes. If a piece of furniture is going to play a major design role in your bedroom, find something you’ll enjoy looking at every day.
File this idea away as a favorite unconventional dressers. The contrast of the industrial style of the cabinet with the warm wood tones pair excellently in this space. It’s dainty instead of bulky, and a bit retro.
This stunning antique piece deserves to be the center of the room. After all, what’s lost in space is gained in style — this make-shift closet looks like a little boutique. The unique (and unexpected) chandelier also makes this corner extra special.
Putting your clothes in a dresser or wardrobe doesn’t have to mean hiding them. This glass-fronted cabinet gives the room both personality and storage.
Garment racks have become the icon for minimalist closets. They come in a wide variety of colors and styles, as well as price ranges. A good find is the garment rack from Ikea for less that $10, that provides great aesthetic it gives a room.
Garment racks can be packed with as much or as little clothing as you’d like, but for a cleaner look, go with as little as you can. Color coordinating is a very popular look when it comes to styling a garment rack. Have too many busy colors and patterns for your liking? Designate a drawer for your wilder items.
This gold bar gets a gold star for both functionality and design, and mounting it into the hardwood makes it look completely belonging in the space. It’s slightly reminiscent of a ballet bar to me.
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Children’s clothes are so undeniably cute, so why stuff them into drawers where they’re mostly unseen? The tree branch that creates this rack keeps things playful and rustic.
Installing shelves is a task that can seem daunting, but should not be feared. Shelving is easy to install and can completely upgrade the look of a room — not to mention add a lot of storage.
For a more modern, industrial look, the Large Shelf Bracket, with exposed metal will hold shelving strong enough to hang from.
With the addition of shelving, this corner under an eave goes from an underutilized space These geometric pieces can be used as a unique way to hang clothes, as pictured.
This high shelf gets less-used items off of the floor or out from under the bed. It frames the clothing racks without making the space look cluttered or cramped.
With the addition of shelving, this corner under an eave goes from an underutilized space to a cozy closet with tons of storage.
Last but not least, you can combine all three ideas: Furniture, hanging racks, and shelving. All so easy to create in your own room.