Living in a tiny home has many, many benefits but even the most ardent small space aficionado might lament the lack of wardrobe storage space that seems par for the course in many not-so-big apartments and houses. We took a look at 5 common problems and found 5 simple solutions, all at IKEA.
1. Regular wardrobe cabinets can seem overwhelming and monolithic in a small bedroom. The Stolmen System of open storage makes any wall a wardrobe without adding a big bulky piece of furniture. Components range from $1 - 70.
2. No coat closet in your studio? Create one on unused vertical wall space near your entry with the Bjarnum Hat/Shoe rack for $39.99 and the Bjarnum Double Hook for $4.99.
3. Have a hallway that is just wasted space? A super skinny cabinet works for shoes...or towels...or magazines...or your ever expanding collection of to-be-framed etsy prints. The Sandnes Shoe Cabinet for $129.00. works in the narrowest of spaces.
4. A closet floor often a wasteland of footwear. But 10 pairs of shoes will take up only 6 inches of hanging space in your closet and, in turn, can leave the floor free for storage boxes or perhaps even a small in-closet dresser with this simple organizer. The Skubb organizer is $6.99.
5. Make the minimum amount of drawers do lots of work. One single drawer can do double, triple or quadruple duty with storage compartments - have your socks, undies, jewelery etc. all share the same space. The soft sided Komplement storage container is $20. and two can fit into one 39" drawer.