Multi-level clothing rods maximizes the real estate for your hanging wardrobe. Decorative touches are kept to a minimum – fresh-cut flowers and globe pendant lights – keeping all eyes on the clothing and accessories.
Wallpaper covers the walls and ceiling in this small closet space. Built-in white shelves and cabinetry provide lots of storage space, and overhead shelving rods on each side are available for hanging clothes.
Sturdy hooks on the closet walls also keep bags off the floor, while rods offer space for hanging garment bags for favorite shirts for the next trip out of town, or off-season storage for seasonal clothing.
This massive walk-in closet boasts deep masculine tones and textures. Bright blue LED panels turn an extensive shoe collection into an artful display while custom LED light closet rods illuminate color-coordinated hanging clothes.
Stacked windows, like the ones in this bedroom, can make hanging curtains a little tricky. Here, the designers chose to leave the uppermost window uncovered, then positioned a rod a few inches above the frame for the lower windows.
Custom closet rods feature LED lights that make it easy to view and organize hanging clothes in this masculine closet. Small lights illuminate a shelf that holds a collection of baseball caps while a metal ladder on a sliding rail allows easy access to higher cabinets and shelves.
A pair of men’s casual pants and flannel shirt hang on one of the two long rods that offer hanging storage for clothes, making it easy to find the right item or plan a wardrobe for the week ahead. Upper shelves offer space for storing suitcases and overnight bags, and wire and woven baskets for organizing and storing small items.
Do you buy your spices in bulk? You might prefer hanging them for a whimsical display. Repurpose a small window treatment rod or use this
Fintorp IKEA rail and
Syrlig curtain clips to get the job done. Mount on the back of a pantry door to keep spices cool and dry.
Straining to reach those too-high spaces? This ingenious side mounted, pull-down closet rod lets you maximize closet space. It comes in three sizes and is adjustable from 34" to 50". Hang clothes you don’t need every day on it, then send them up for out-of-the-way storage.
If you have a lot of clothes that require life on hangers, devote an entire wall to clothing rods to free up space for surrounding shelves and storage solutions. In this walk-in, a majority of the clothes are neatly hung on the back wall, while folded pants, sweaters and shoes are housed on shelves along the side.
James Angus and Jamie Bolton are serial garage hackers who have created the ultimate man cave. Faced with lack of space, they made use of reused and repurposed items found around the house. This includes cabinets left from a kitchen renovation. They stacked two over the washer and dryer and left room for plumbing pipe rod to hold loose hangers.
Squeeze a generous amount of fabric glue on a sheet of paper. Then press the stamp into the paint, and press again onto the shower curtain. Carefully repeat to create your geometric pattern. Lay newspaper under the shower curtain to ensure no fabric seeps onto your work surface. Allow to dry; then hang on curtain rod.