If you are like me you are busting out your scarves for the fall and winter seasons. Upon getting them out I started to realize how many I actually have! I have done some great research on how to best organize my probably dozens of scarves. I have tried the bin method.... way to irritating digging through a bin. Then you can always hang then on a hanger in the closet... also irritating when they slide off into your dirty clothes hamper. Then the one I have seen recently is get an old ladder and store on there! Seems cute and logical... only if you are OK with your fabulous scarves catching on the wood and tearing!
OK so what must I do to have a decent storage plan for all my scarves but also have it be functional for other things when its time for summer again?
The best solution I have found was $2.00 at the thrift store! Get yourself an old coat hanger with pegs! With a quick coat of paint this doubles as a great way to store all those scarves as well as a basket or two for keys, hats and mittens! Then in the summer hang your purses, tote bags and lake gear. I also found it can be fabulous for those entry way walls that you just don't know how to decorate. The scarves add depth, color and texture to a plain wall as well as giving you great multi use storage. They are also fab because you can get them in almost any size you need. If you cannot find the one that will fit your space just make one. So affordable. Don't let your scarf storage frustrate you this year!
Author:Jacquelyn Carlson Phone: 763-442-7197 Dated: October 19th 2015 Views: 161 About Jacquelyn: I am in my first year as a buyer specialist with the Steinbach Home Selling Team.
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