If you don't have a dresser or need extra storage for folded clothes, fabric baskets in various sizes are great for customizing your closet. You can stack them vertically or horizontally to hold extra t-shirts, workout clothes, delicates, socks and more.
Bins and baskets encourage little ones to put their toys away when playtime is over. Fabric bins and baskets are as practical as they are pretty. Since the baskets are soft, they're easy for little hands to handle. Plus, the texture and pattern of fabric baskets can add depth to a room or enhance its overall color scheme.
Using products like thin, velvet hangers, under-the-shelf baskets, stackable bamboo shoe shelves, clear plastic containers for accessories, fabric storage bins and a hanging scarf organizer will help maximize every square inch of a small closet without having to buy an entire closet system.
Collecting wooden clips is a snap with a sack that's made to dangle from the clothesline. Bin Fait hand-sews pretty options in an array of colorful cotton fabrics. When not in use, the pouch hangs neatly in the closet.
For this city nursery designed by Interior Design Fair, a large armoire with sliding pine doors and open shelves on each side provides flexible toy storage. Wire baskets hold smaller stuffed animals, fabric bins provide a home for larger toys, and woven baskets currently storing cloth diapers and receiving blankets can transition to hold collections of small toys as the child grows.