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« Reply #10 on: January 02, 2007 05:29:49 PM »


I have a lot of bags and not a lot of spaces to store them--so I hung an old curtain rod on the wall and used drapery rings to clip them up.


YAY! I have been trying to figure out a way to display my frighteningly large purse collection for MONTHS. Shelves don't work because the walls in my apartment aren't sturdy enough, but a curtain rod will totally do the trick!

Thank you thank you thank you thank you! You're brilliant!
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« Reply #11 on: January 03, 2007 01:31:50 AM »

Some of these ideas are fantastic Smiley I recently put up five, deep shelves into my built-in wardrobe. My bedroom isn't huge, but I use it for crafty things as well, so I really needed more space.
My friend suggested that maybe I just wasn't making the most of the space I had.
So now I have three crates on the floor of my wardrobe for fabric, etc (and my sewing machine), the next two are for clothes and bags, the middle one is for books/paints/clutter/works in progress, and the final two are substantially smaller so I use the first one for shoes and the second for plain storage. That means whatever doesn't fit anywhere else.

It's working perfectly though, and the best thing is that I can just shut the door if it ever gets messy.
I'm not a very organised person but I find that shelves really help me to keep things apart.
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