The previous owners of our house were using this room as a nursery. Of course I have no use whatsoever for a nursery, so what's a girl to do? Dressing room! I was a bit nervous about this small room redecoration, because I was going bold. But a small room that you're the only real user of is a pretty good excuse to be experimental.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of closet posts.
This past year I've started to dabble in cosplay. Even though I just have four costumes, I'm ALREADY feeling the storage pinch. That's why this "IKEA bedroom stories" video, featuring a super-awesome cosplayer, made my day. Watch this and then let's talk…
I experience a lack of motivation like any normal person. I can ignore a mess for weeks, even months on end. For example: It took me nine months to unpack every box when we moved into our apartment. We referred to the living room as the "Room of Requirement" for almost a year. But when I'm truly honest with myself, I know that I'm happiest and live my best days when I'm in a clean and organized environment. So if you're like me and need a little step in the right direction? Let me help! Starting with… THE BATHROOM.
Hangers are so freaking boring, and they're something I have to mess about with on the daily. Why not jazz up my closet space with a funky hangers? And mustaches make a great shape as your clothes won't go slipping off these guys, what with the curled up ends!
Last winter, I re-organized my husband's closet, and moved many of the storage systems I had in my closet over to his. Surely I could make do without them, right? Wrong. A year later, and my closet had reached epic fail mode. Time to make some changes. Here's how I used a closet organizing tool, plus IKEA to re-organize my closet.
I've seen ladders being used as shoe racks before, but I haven't seen them hung horizontally on walls to be used as an easy closet hack, or many of these other brilliant ideas.