27 thoughts on “Clothing storage

  1. Anonymous says:

    almost everything goes on hangers
    I tried using the clip on hangers for my pants but they kept leaving marks on the waistband, so I just fold and hang them
    for my cashmere & more delicate stuff I just fold in a proper way and store them in my dresser

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Tiny assortment of random, mismatched clothes on hangers
    >one pair of shoes inexplicably to the side
    >Coat hanging off something else, flat to the wall like a hung picture
    People think this looks artistic but no-one would actually store clothing like this.

    Sweaters/knitwear are folded and put in a drawer. Hanging them stretches them over time, especially if they have any weight to them at all

  3. Anonymous says:

    >hanging sweaters
    shygd. but them in baskets
    in sweden these elfa modular systems are popular try something like that. ikea has similar ones

  4. Anonymous says:

    Two closets. Knitwear is folded and stacked up on the shelves inside, along with sweatshirts, half-zips, that sort of thing. Shirts are all hung on hangers and small dressers with drawers full of pants and underwear.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I live in a small apartment with a gf who owns 5x as many clothes as me and get very little space so I have shirts and pants in the corner of a closet and all outerwear on a rolling rack.
    If you have the ability to avoid it DO NOT own a rolling rack or any sort of visible/open storage. It’s antithetical to having a nice looking interior and just makes you look like a consoomer.

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