Good Questions: How To Live With No Closet?
Kimberly sent us an email: I’m moving into an apartment, and have a slight dilemma – I’m moving into the bedroom that is a converted living room/dining room and has no closet – AT ALL. I’ve searched and searched for a classy, creative solution and haven’t really found any ideas. Anything you can suggest? (Note: Include a pic of your problem and your question gets posted first.
How To: Hack a Ladder into a DIY Clothing Rack
Okay, I am loving this project. I would never guessed you could turn a basic ladder into something this cool. Italian site, Corriere della Serra, will show you how to hack together this DIY with a can of paint, a couple of brackets, and (of course) the ladder. The step-by-step instructions are not in English, but you'll get the gist from the detailed photos. [Project found via Scrap Hacker]
Small Space Solution: Cool & Colorful DIY Clothes Rack
When you love clothes and move into an apartment that only has one closet, what do you do? If you’re Meghan, you build what could be the coolest rolling clothes rack ever. It has a built in drying rack, a bit of color, and keeps everything neat and tidy. Best of all — she shares how to make your own! Score!Meghan and her husband worked hard to complete this much needed storage system for their new place.
DIY Polka Dot Rug
Rugs can transform a mediocre space into something more special but it's not always easy to find one you love on a tight budget. While nothing can compare to that rug you've been saving up for, this DIY is a great option for areas that need a little pick me up such as a studio, a guest room, or your front porch. One: You'll need a low-pile carpet, freezer paper,...
Small Space Storage Inspiration: Curtained Closets
Shortly after college I moved to Chicago where I lived in a tiny (tiny!) room with no closet. I was lucky that my landlord sent me to The Container Store where I shopped for a storage system. They purchased what I chose and had it installed in the room’s recessed nook. The room was tall and light, so I headed to IKEA where I purchased curtains that matched the wall color and would hang to the floor.
My early 1900's bungalow has only one closet in the whole house, and the door to it is just under 60 inches tall and looks like something ou...