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.
Inexpensive BYGEL containers from IKEA are more versatile than you may think. They can add convenient storage to the back of any cabinet door! Hanging them with Command strips makes them temporary with no damage to your cabinet.
Increase the usefulness of food storage containers by adding measuring cups for scooping out what's inside. A readily available 1/3-cup scoop takes the guesswork out of portion control for your morning bowl of oats. Hang the cups from tiny adhesive hooks.
Meghan Bresnyan of Sweet B Organizing designed a floor-to-ceiling shelving unit in her Sonoma client’s garage to accommodate large bins filled with extra linens and overflow utility items. Each bin is clearly labeled by family member and room number.
Curated Nest Interiors designed this dreamy playroom with a flowing canopy for reading and dreaming, and soft storage bins to make toys easily accessible. “Use low bookshelves for toys and books with soft bins that are open and easily accessible,” says Erin Coren, co-founder and designer. “If you have closed bins, it’s out of sight, out of mind, and the toys get forgotten.”
A large doorless closet in a boys' bedroom has three rows of small cubes, in which different colored baskets are used to store books, toys and clothing. Two silver racks are attached inside the closet to hang clothing. The closet adds style and function to the room where the bold blue wallpaper with red accent features make the room fun and playful.
Modern white chairs bring some smooth curves to the edges and corners in this playroom. A white table provides a workspace and can conceal storage beneath. Wooden storage bins bring a beautiful, rich color to the room and allow for easy pick up. A neutral graphic rug meshes with the wood, white and neutral wall color.