These 5 Winter Storage Must-Haves Are All Under $90 (Get Them Now!)

published Feb 19, 2024
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With storms, snow, and gray skies, it might not seem like the winter weather is letting up any time soon. Spring, however, officially begins on March 19, which means you might be starting to wonder where you’ll store your thick blankets and raincoats. 

It’s hard to find storage solutions for items that normally take up a ton of space, but when you can put these things under your bed, in the garage, or, better yet, in plain sight, accessing your winter essentials for the next season becomes a total breeze. 

I went on the hunt for some of the most practical, useful, and chic storage solutions for all those bulky winter items. Best of all, they’re all under $90 so you can leave some breathing room in your budget.

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Organic modern and bohemian aesthetics usually call for natural materials such as rattan, regardless of the weather or season. This ottoman gives your living room a warm and natural look while storing your coziest winter textiles. The handmade rattan adds a touch of spring and summer all year long. And best of all, it also acts as extra seating or a footrest, which makes this three-in-one piece well worth the price.

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Home Depot

A clear, weather-resistant storage container is a must for storing items such as snow boots, chunky scarves, and even seasonal decor to keep them dry and dust-free all year long. This storage box comes in six sizes and two colors and each one has buckle latches that secures the lid completely. They’re also stackable so you can keep a couple of these in your linen closet or garage.

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If you love having a few blankets in your rotation all year long, a blanket ladder is a must. Whether it’s in your living room, bedroom, or den, this ladder conveniently yet elegantly displays your favorite blankets in a cascading fashion. If all of your blankets are in use and you don’t want to leave the ladder empty, it also works as bath towel storage.

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World Market

Depending on the climate and region where you live, you may need to frequently access some typical winter clothing such as a raincoat or down jacket. This charming gold metal wall rack has a vintage vibe with a floral motif that’ll have you yearning for spring all year — even if you have to hang up your heaviest winter coats on it. It has five hooks and can hold up to 15 pounds, so you can also use it to store your hats and purses.

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Winter essentials usually take up precious real estate in your home, so if you’ve resorted to storing them under your bed, a vacuum storage bag will give you some much-needed space relief. These bags can fit an array of items including plush comforters, pillows, sweaters, stuffed animals, and more. With an array of sizes, including combo options, you can seal these bags with the hose from any vacuum cleaner to suction the air out and create that space you’ve been needing.