The master bedroom closet in this London loft features clever, creative storage solutions that keep all types of fashion accessories within easy view and reach. A sliding panel is a perfect spot to store scarves, and glass shelves keep handbags on display.
The collection of handbags are displayed atop a rolling table with a couple crates to allow stacking as well as two long racks to show the different styles and colors. The designers worked with the existing walls and concrete floor to give the space an edgy, yet chic look.
If you look closely, there's travel-inspired decor and vintage finds that really tie into making this handbag showroom unique. Concrete flooring, brick walls and exposed beams add a hint of industrial flair to the chic design.
Making the most of the vertical space in this closet, sleek black shelves hold purses and accessories. Racks underneath are perfect for stowing shoes, and four separate bars provide plenty of storage for hanging clothes.
Biz Ellis and Theresa Thorne, who host the podcast One Bad Mother, stash snacks everywhere they go. “I have them in my car, my purse, diaper bags, under the couch cushions, everywhere,” says Ellis, whose go-to snack is granola bars. “I keep a stack of Trader Joe’s fruit leathers in my purse for emergencies because they’re cheap, lightweight, non-perishable, take up no space and my kids love them any time,” says Thorne.
Susan Brunstrum not only added an elegant style to this Park City, Utah vacation home, but she solved storage problems as well. In this mudroom, she situated a rustic bench for shoes and hung eight small "antler" hooks on the wall for purses, bookbags and jackets.