Scarves are incredibly versatile accessories which you can wear all year long and combine with all sorts of outfits but they’re really annoying when you just can’t fit a good way to store them and to organize them. To solve this problem all you need is one clever idea and you can find it below. So browse through all the examples and pick your favorite.
One idea is to have a pull-out scarf cabinet. It’s best to have it custom made with all the furniture. It can be integrated into a large wall closet, whether it’s in the bedroom, the dressing room or even the entrance hallway.
Here’s another pull-out scarf cabinet, this time conveniently placed next to the mirror. The scarves are organized on multiple levels and they look really neat. A much better option than throwing them all in a box or drawer.
A more casual alternative is to use a ladder. You can let it rest against the wall and organize your scarves according to color, size or however else you wish.
The ladder can be as tall or as small as you want, depending on how many scarves you have. It can also be chosen to match the overall décor or the space where you wish to place it. So if it’s a shabby chic space you can get a ladder that has character as opposed to one that’s really neat and simple.
If you have a wall-mounted shelf then you can improve its functionality by adding a clothing rod underneath and a bunch of hooks and rings so you can store and display all your beautiful scarves in a lovely fashion.
Or perhaps you can add a pull-out rack to your closet and use it for scarves and ties. Sure, this system won’t be to accommodate a lot of accessories so it’s best for those who only have a few scarves.
A scarf hanger such as this one can be added to pretty much any type of closet. It slides out to let you pick the scarf you want from a whole collection. It has big hooks and it’s really practical and easy to use.
There are various types of scarf hangers and racks. Choose one that has the right dimensions. Also, the hooks can have different dimensions. Assess your scarf collection before you make a decision.
There are also plenty of great ideas for DIY scarf hangers. For example, you can make one using clothespins. They’ll each hold one scarf and you can have this accessory mounted on the wall in the hallway or in the dressing room.
Or you can use a bunch of large rings to make a storage system for thin scarves and ribbons. This is a feature that can accommodate large collections and which occupies very little space.
You can also make a scarf hanger like this one. You need a wooden hanger, metal drapery or shower curtain rings, permanent adhesive and a hot glue gun. You can customize the hanger however you want once the basic elements are in place.