A bedroom without a closet can seem like a major inconvenience -- and an absolute horror to anyone who loves clothes. But with a little imagination and minimal repurposing, closet-free folks can thrive. The design ideas below might make those of us who are lucky enough to have a full-sized closet a tiny bit jealous.
Display everything on shelves.
What shoe lover wouldn't want to do this with their carefully-curated collection, anyway?
Transform a nook with a curtain.
There's no better way to take advantage of an awkward space than turning it into extra storage.
Implement a wardrobe rack.
A vintage bellhop cart also does the trick nicely. Plus, it's a great way to see what you're working with and plan your outfits for the week.
Employ double duty furniture.
If you don't have a closet, any real estate you do have is precious. Use ottomans that double as storage cubes. Find a cool, vintage trunk can function as nightstand and store off-season clothing.
Look under the bed.
While you don't have to go to the extreme of lofting your bed high enough to fit a closet itself underneath, a couple of smaller risers will really give you options. Look for coordinated baskets that work with the room's decor scheme and physically fit in the space.
Repurpose a cabinet or bookshelf.
If you don't have enough room for a standard dresser, you're not out of luck. Transforming these smaller goods will offer the flexibility you need.
Go for a combination.
Because nothing is better than having organizational hacks look like an art gallery or high-end boutique...
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