6 Quick Ways to Organize Your Bag Collection
Your favorite pieces deserve a special spot at home, too
Whether it’s a book, a new pair of shoes, a well-deserved trip, or a new bag—each of us has a personal reward that we look forward to after completing a task or a project. If you’re one of the many who find joy in a shiny new purse or a sleek shoulder bag, we can only guess that you either have a closet full of these or you have more than 10 pieces sitting prettily on a shelf.
While these must-haves are nice to look at, there are days when they seem to take over your bedroom or even your entire home. Worry not, as aside from the easy ways you can do to keep them in mint condition, there are swift ways to keep them in place, too. We’ve collated six photos that will surely inspire you to give your favorites extra love and care:
If you love collecting handbags and shoulder bags, you can use a spiral display rack to keep them organized. This piece doesn't take up floor space and would conveniently fit in one corner of your bedroom. If you can't find a similar piece, you can consider using an ordinary coat rack available in department stores.
Photo from Ebay.
Those who are fans of clutches and pouches can find a friend in magazine racks and file holders. These are readily available in bookstores and you can buy three to five pieces to organize your essentials. Once you're done "filing" your bags, you can place them inside the cabinet or on top of a shelf.
Photo from Little Bits of Lovely.
Aside from school and office supplies, kitchen must-haves may also come in handy to keep your precious pieces in good condition. A lid rack can fit perfectly inside cabinets and drawers! Use it to organize your clutches—make it fun by grouping them according to color or even per occasion.
Photo from Fabulous Fashions 4 Sensible Style.
The creativity doesn't stop there! Wine racks can be used to hold small bags and it can be installed on the wall. Pair it with your box of accessories to create lovely wall accents.
RL Tip: For a rustic touch, choose a wooden wine rack or a piece with a distressed finish.
Aside from trusty S-hooks that you can use to organize your bags, you may want to give it a little twist by using fancy doorknobs and vintage wall hooks. Work on a blank wall and measure how many bags you can display—make sure there is ample space between the bags to avoid a cramped look. Be creative in choosing the bags to display—pick pieces in various sizes, colors, and shapes for a fun and quirky touch.
If you have extra space inside the closet, you may want to invest in this hanging handbag organizer. One organizer can hold 10 handbags and it doesn't take up too much space as well. If you have tons of bags to deal with, two of these would be a good deal. Order them here.
Photo from Amazon.
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